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Beautiful shingled Bridgehampton house from 1890 finds a buyer

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Period details have been maintained

Photos courtesy of Saunders

The beautiful late 19th century house at 25 Quimby Lane in Bridgehampton came on the market in February with a $9.95 million asking price. After several price cuts during its year available, the house has found a buyer and is currently pending a sale. It was most recently listed for $7.8 million.

According to the price history on PropertyShark, it was once listed for as high as $12.5 million before relisting last year.

Sited on a comfortable 2.33 acres of land, the shingled house spans 4,700 square feet in size with seven bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms. Features include hardwood floors, three legal levels (one of which was grandfathered in), multiple fireplaces, an eat-in kitchen with a breakfast area, a screened-in porch, and a master suite with two closets and a marble bathroom.

Period details such as hatched windows and hardwood flooring has been maintained.

Outside, there’s a covered porch, a Har-Tru tennis court, a gunite pool, and two accessory buildings.

Saunders agent Drew Green and Corcoran agent Mala Sander represent the listing co-exclusively.

When we featured the house back in February and again after a price cut, our readers loved the estate but feared that it might be torn down to make room for a larger McMansion. What do our readers think that it will finally sell for? Leave your thoughts in the comments.

Photo courtesy of Saunders
Photo courtesy of Saunders
Photo courtesy of Saunders
Photo courtesy of Saunders
Photo courtesy of Saunders

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