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A midcentury home in the Georgica section now $350K cheaper

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It was originally listed for $4.85M

Photos courtesy of Sotheby’s

After coming on the market in July for $4.85 million, the midcentury gem at 123 Georgica Road in the Georgica section of East Hampton has received its first price cut, now asking $4.5 million under Sotheby’s International Realty agent, Rylan Jacka.

Originally built and owned by art collector Robert Scull in 1962, the single level home spans a comfortable 2,800 square feet in size with five bedrooms and three bathrooms inside. Designed by architect Paul Lester Weiner, interiors include sliding glass doors that lead outside, a courtyard in the center of the home for indoor-outdoor living, and an open floorplan.

Outside, there’s a heated gunite pool, a detached garage, and a pool house studio on an acre of land.

When we first featured the home, one of our commenters thought that it was “overpriced for the condition,” so we want to ask our readers: Do you think this price cut will entice a buyer? Leave your thoughts in the comments.

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