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Dreamy bayfront beach house in Amagansett seeks $6.5M

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The 1,800-square-foot home is on a private 5 acres right on Gardiner’s Bay

Photos courtesy of Compass

Originally built back in 1966, this compact beach house on Gardiner’s Bay in Amagansett has been renovated and transformed into a chic monochrome waterfront retreat, now on the market for $6.5 million.

With 1,800 square feet of living space the home isn’t massive, but it has plenty of space with four bedrooms and four bathrooms. An open floorplan and vaulted ceilings maximizes the square footage, while floor-to-ceiling windows bring all the natural light indoors.

Whitewashed plank oak hardwood flooring reminiscent of driftwood helps to maintain a consistent design element throughout the entire home, while the original midcentury suspended fireplace brings homeowners back in time.

The property is an incredible 5 acres in size, providing lots of privacy, and it’s directly located on Gardiner’s Bay. For 5 acres, a modernized move-in ready beach house, and direct water frontage, we’re thinking that the asking price of $6.5 million isn’t too bad—especially considering the 5-acre property directly next door is listed for $12.5 million. And even though that home is a much larger 6,500 square feet, it’s far more outdated.

It doesn’t have a pool, but it does have an exterior dining and entertaining deck. It’s represented by Charles Forsman of Compass Real Estate.

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