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What just over $1M buys you in Springs right now

We went a little over budget for a few of these houses

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

Today’s price: Between $995,000 and $1.25 million in the Springs neighborhood of East Hampton.

Undisclosed Address: $1.25M

Photos courtesy of Town & Country

This renovated home is a comfortable 2,800 square feet in size with four bedrooms and three and a half baths on a half-acre of land. The property borders a 23-acre nature reserve, allowing for ample privacy and views of the surrounding landscape. Features include vaulted ceilings in the living room, wood floors, multiple fireplaces, a spacious kitchen, a finished basement, a heated pool, and a fire pit outside.

64 Winding Way: $1.175M

Photos courtesy of Halstead

Located in the Barnes Landing community of Springs near Amagansett, this 1,561-square-foot cottage on a half-acre of land is close to bay beaches. Inside, the recently renovated house offers three bedrooms, three bathrooms, an open floorplan, and two fireplaces, while the exterior feels complete with a heated gunite pool and professional landscaping.

30 Wildflower Road: $1.149M

Photos courtesy of Compass

Built in 1990, this Springs retreat is in need of some interior renovations, but it has a lot of potential. The house spans 2,388 square feet with four bedrooms and four bathrooms—and it’s sited on a sizable 1.44 acres of land. Features include light-filled bedrooms on the second level, an open floorplan, a wisteria-covered deck, a saltwater pool, and a koi pond outside.

20 Bonac Woods Lane: $999K

Photos courtesy of Compass

Sited on nearly an acre of land, this 1,846-square-foot home has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, an open floorplan, and vaulted ceilings in the living room. We’re fans of sliding glass doors off the master that lead directly to the outdoor deck. There isn’t a pool on the property, but there’s plenty of room for one.

137 Copeces Lane: $995K

Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman

The smallest house we’re featuring is a 1,000-square-foot renovated midcentury home that was inspired by Phillip Johnson’s Glass House. The house includes two bedrooms, two bathrooms each with heated floors, a wide open living space, and sliding glass doors that lead outside, where one will find a gunite pool and mahogany decking.

Poll

Which Springs house would you want to buy?

This poll is closed

  • 22%
    Undisclosed Address: $1.25M
    (11 votes)
  • 16%
    64 Winding Way: $1.175M
    (8 votes)
  • 10%
    30 Wildflower Road: $1.149M
    (5 votes)
  • 6%
    20 Bonac Woods Lane: $999K
    (3 votes)
  • 44%
    137 Copeces Lane: $995K
    (22 votes)
49 votes total Vote Now