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Big Reveal: $1.75M for an 18th century equestrian farm in Springs

About a third of readers were correct

Halstead Property

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

Earlier this week, we had readers guess the asking price of this 18th century home in Springs on 3 acres. After having last sold back in 2015 for $996,000, we starting the poll at $1 million—and over a third of readers guessed correctly that it was listed for somewhere between $1.5 million and $2 million. The property is asking $1.75 million under Halstead Property agent, Jennifer Linick.

What used to be an equestrian farm now hosts a 2,400-square-foot home from 1795 plus a detached garage, studio, stables, and a fenced-in riding area.

The home was then modified in 1873 by Henry Hedges from the Hedges family that Hedges Lane in Sagaponack is named after. Inside, there are four bedrooms, three bathrooms, an office, two fireplaces, and an eat-in kitchen.

Commenters thought that the home had, like the listing says, good bones, but that it would need some serious work on the interiors. One wrote “the house interior is a to-the-studs gut (but yes please save the floors, moldings, etc as appropriate,” while another commenter notes that the home is “definitely a project but will be well worth it if someone doesn’t get carried away with trendy chic and spoil the authenticity.”

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