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What $6M buys you in Southampton village

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Curbed Comparisons sees what this budget will get you in the village

Photo courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens

Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can buy or rent for a certain price in the Hamptons.

Today’s price: $6 million in Southampton village.


112 Lee Avenue: $5.995M

121 Lee Avenue photos courtesy of Town & Country

The most expensive home we’re featuring is also waterfront with a private dock on Heady Creek, which leads into Shinnecock Bay. The 5,000-square-foot home sits on almost a full acre of land with six bedrooms and six bathrooms inside. Interiors include high ceilings, a fireplace, wet bar, sunroom, master bedroom suite with double-height ceilings and a private deck, and a finished lower level. Outside, there’s a heated gunite pool and water access.


74 Post Lane: $5.95M

74 Post Lane photos courtesy of Sotheby’s

This shingled home has 3,700 square feet, four bedrooms, and five bathrooms on 0.33 acres of land. Features include a great room, professional kitchen, a double-sided fireplace, a glass-enclosed wine closet, and a lower level that can be finished. Outside, there’s a heated saltwater gunite pool, bluestone patios, dining pergola, outdoor fireplace, and a pool house with a living room and prep kitchen.


104 Post Crossing: $5.595M

104 Post Crossing photos courtesy of Corcoran

This totally restored Victorian home in the village has 4,500 square feet of living space, five bedrooms, and four and a half bathrooms between three levels on a half-acre of land. Details include stained glass windows, hardwood floors, a sunken living room with a fireplace off the kitchen, and built-ins. Outside, there’s a heated gunite pool.


159 Main Street: $5.495M

159 Main Street photos courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens

The largest Southampton village home that we’re featuring today stands 6,450 square feet with seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms on 0.81 acres of south-of-the-highway land. The historic home was originally built back in 1710, then expanded in 1820, then totally rebuilt two years ago to what it currently is now.

Inside there’s a two-story kitchen, fireplaces in the living room and library, and a finished lower level with a media room, sauna, and wine cellar. The 900-square-foot pool house has cathedral ceilings, a loft, a kitchen, bedroom, and bathroom. Outside, there’s a gunite pool and spa and a 2.5-car garage.


Poll

Which Southampton village home is the best deal for under $6M?

This poll is closed

  • 18%
    112 Lee Avenue: $5.995M
    (16 votes)
  • 18%
    74 Post Lane: $5.95M
    (16 votes)
  • 20%
    104 Post Crossing: $5.595M
    (18 votes)
  • 43%
    159 Main Street: $5.495M
    (38 votes)
88 votes total Vote Now

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