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Can you guess this week’s PriceSpotter?

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Welcome to PriceSpotter, Curbed’s guessing game. Try to guess how much this place is asking—and remember, no cheating! Take our poll to tell us what you think the asking price is and we’ll reveal the price on Thursday.

Poll

What do you think this 18th century equestrian barn in Springs is listed for?

This poll is closed

  • 0%
    Under $1M
    (0 votes)
  • 27%
    Between $1M and $1.5M
    (16 votes)
  • 37%
    Between $1.5M and $2M
    (22 votes)
  • 23%
    Between $2M and $2.5M
    (14 votes)
  • 11%
    Over $2.5M
    (7 votes)
59 votes total Vote Now

What/Where: A traditional style home from 1795 on what used to be an equestrian farm in the Springs neighborhood of East Hampton.
Size: 2,400 square feet, 3 acres.

The home on this 3-acre property in Springs has been standing for over 200 years on what was once an equestrian farm. Originally built in 1795, the home was later modified in 1873 by Henry Hedges, from the Hedges family that Hedges Lane in Sagaponack was named after.

Spanning 2,400 square feet in size, the interiors include four bedrooms, three bathrooms, two fireplaces, an eat-in kitchen with a wood-burning stove, and what the listing describes as “bones to fall in love with: amazing floors, wondrous moldings, significant doors.” Broker babble aside, the home looks like it’s been updated in some places and needs some love in others.

The exterior of the property features a detached garage, studio, stables, and a fenced-in area to ride horses.

In the past, it’s been available to rent and has been on and off the sales market over the last few years. Here’s a hint: In 2015, the property sold for $996,000, so we’re going to start the guessing at $1 million.

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