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Fix up this waterfront Springs home on Gardiner’s Bay, asking $3.7M

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We love the bayview wall of windows, double-height ceilings, and the sunken conversation pit in the living room

Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman

Curbed has featured this home before as a waterfront property listed for under $5 million—but after a recent price cut, we’re even more interested in the East Hampton fixer-upper. Once on the market for $4.75 million, the 1975 Springs home is now asking $3.7 million.

The interiors of the house need some work, but we don’t think it’s a totally lost cause. With high ceilings, walls of windows that look out to the bay, a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace, and a sunken conversation pit, there are unique and desirable qualities that this midcentury home has to offer. And with the right design, the home could be modernized and brought up to date rather than torn down completely.

Inside 3,600 square feet, there are four bedrooms and three bathrooms, plus an open floorplan, a floating staircase, a chef’s kitchen, a two-car garage, and a full basement. Owners will also have access to a nearby private marina.

Located at 32 Bay Inlet Road, the half-acre property is about 7 miles north of Amagansett shops and restaurants, and about 8 miles from the ocean at Indian Wells Beach.

The property is represented by William Wolff from Douglas Elliman.

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