There’s a lot of potential in this 1,000-square-foot East Hampton fixer-upper on King Street.
Right now, the century-old home doesn’t look like much without furniture or completed updates—but between the hardwood floors, brick details, and cute, compact space, we’re thinking that this home could be a perfect East End getaway for a single person or couple.
Inside, there are three bedrooms and two bathrooms, an open living and dining room, and a kitchen in need of some work. There are no photos of the bathrooms on the listing, which usually means that they’re not in great shape.
Built in 1910, the tiny home is sited on a quarter-acre lot north of the highway, right near the East Hampton train station and about two miles from the ocean at Main Beach.
According to the Zillow price history, the home switched hands several times back in the ’90s. In 1995, the property went for $115,000 and then again just a year later for $168,000. The most recent buyer purchased it for $118,000 in 1999.
Laura Molinari from Sotheby’s International Realty represents the property, on the market for $849,000.
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- East Hampton Village Potential [Sotheby’s]