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How much for a tiny, pondfront cottage in Southampton with lots of charm?

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Can you guess this week’s PriceSpotter?


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.


What do you think this pondfront Southampton cottage is listed for?

This poll is closed

  • 33%
    Between $800K and $1M
    (29 votes)
  • 36%
    Between $1M and $1.5M
    (32 votes)
  • 22%
    Between $1.5M and $2M
    (20 votes)
  • 6%
    Over $2M
    (6 votes)
87 votes total Vote Now

What/Where: A charming waterfront cottage in north-of-the-highway Southampton.
Size: 1,000 square feet, 0.15 acres.

We just love the charm that this pondfront Southampton cottage has to offer—between the hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, and waterview deck outside. So this week, we’re having our readers guess the asking price of the adorable abode, standing just 1,000 square feet in size with two bedrooms and two full bathrooms.

Built back in 1932, the home has had some renovations and updates in its 86 years standing. The U-shaped kitchen features stainless steel appliances, a farmhouse sink, and lots of countertop space given its small square footage, and that small space is further maximized by opening out into the living room.

A wood-burning brick fireplace can be found in the living room, as well as white panels and sliders that lead out to the waterview deck outside.

There’s no pool on the tiny property—and given there’s only about a tenth of an acre, there probably isn’t much space to add one. But being pondfront, the new homeowners will still be able to take refreshing swims and get out on the water with kayaks and paddleboards.

In 2005, the home sold for $795,000 and has been available for sale and rent since then. We won’t reveal what the property was listed for back in 2011, but we will start the poll at $800,000 to get readers guessing.