Sited on an acre of land, the 4,400-square-foot shingled house has four bedrooms and six full bathrooms, a gourmet chef’s kitchen, and a third-floor loft with views over Mecox Bay and out to the ocean.
The handsome modern farmhouse-style home first came on the market in February of 2017 for $4.25M, but over the next almost two years the price steadily came down. When a contract was signed at the end of November 2018, the property was listed for $3.25M.
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.
Lorraine Bracco, the actress best known for playing Dr. Jennifer Melfi on "The Sopranos" and Karen Friedman Hill in "Goodfellas," put her Bridgehampton house on the market for $3.8M back in April of this year. After eight months on the market, she just cut the price by $200K.
Built in 2003 with designs by local architect, John Laffey, the 5,500-square-foot shingled house includes five bedrooms, six and a half bathrooms, hardwood floors, an eat-in kitchen, a finished lower level, and multiple wood-burning fireplaces throughout.
The main house is on a 1.65-acre parcel, while the additional 19.5 acres are currently being used as a polo field according to the listing—and 1.97 acres of that can be built on with accessory structures.
The property last sold in 2011 for $2 million, and about a third of our readers thought that it was still asking under $3.5 million after the renovations that brought the Bridgehampton home up to date.
Considering the location, its water frontage, the size of the property, and the fact that the home looks to be totally turnkey, we’re thinking the price might not be too far off from what it could sell for.
Set on a desirable 11.54 acres of land with 770 feet of direct pond frontage, the property itself allows for plenty of privacy for its owners. It also borders over 30 acres of development rights sold land to the east, meaning the neighboring land can’t be built up.