clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Renovated Noyack house with light-filled interiors asks $1.4M

New, 5 comments

What do you think of the price?

Check out this totally renovated house in Noyack’s Pine Neck community, which just came on the market for $1,395,000.

Originally built in 1994, the compact home is just 1,400 square feet in size, but there are three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms, leaving plenty of space for a small family and guests. The living room, kitchen, and dining room share a space through a wide open floorplan with double-height shiplap ceilings that allows flow between the rooms.

Hardwood floors are found throughout the home, while a floating staircase leads to the second level, where one will find the master bedroom suite, laundry room, and a den. The two other bedrooms are on the first floor, each with sliders that lead out to the pool area.

Outside, there’s a heated saltwater pool and an outdoor mahogany shower.

Town & Country agent Linda Batiancela is the owner and listing agent of the property.

Batiancela told Curbed that she purchased the home for around $495,000 and put about $500,000 into renovations. While it’s close to bay beaches, the 0.17-acre property is about 4 miles west of Sag Harbor village shops and restaurants, and about 6 miles north of Bridgehampton’s business district. The renovation looks amazing and we love the brand new interiors, but the house and property are still rather small.

Editors note: An earlier version of this article claimed that the property was purchased for $260,000 in February of 2017, per information from the Zillow listing. Curbed was later informed of the purchase history as represented in the current article.

For tips and corrections, please email hamptons@curbed.com