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Built in 1950, the home offers hardwood floors, high ceilings in the living room, and sliding glass doors off one of the bedrooms that leads outside.
In the living room, dining room, and kitchen—which share a space—one will find hardwood floors and a wall of sliding glass doors that bring the water views directly indoors.
While "The Hamptons" is just about the most vague location tag that one could use when spending a weekend out east, it serves as one of the easiest things to search when trying to figure out what it is that vacationers do in their time here.
There are also private cottages and an inn
The asking price on this 2,700-square-foot home is $2,395,000—but most of our readers guessed that it was between $3 and $5 million.
Can you guess the asking price?