Just three months ago, this tiny, 588-square-foot cottage in the North Sea area of Southampton came on the market for $539,000. After a contract was signed in December, the house has sold and closed for the same price that it was listed for when it went up for sale.
The listing suggests buyers use the home as a pied-a-terre, but it can also work well for those who want a low maintenance East End weekend home.
The tiny house—originally built in 1962—has just two bedrooms and one bathroom, and open floorplan living and dining space, and a private deck outside on the 0.22-acre property. If the house is just too small for the new owners, there’s a bit of room to expand or add a pool outside.
Located at 21 Apple Road, residents will be about 3 miles south of the Conscience Point National Wildlife Refuge and about the same distance from village shops and restaurants.
Nancy Grady from Compass represented the sellers.
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- 21 Apple Road [Compass]
- Tiny North Sea home asking $539K is less than 600 sq. ft. [Curbed Hamptons]