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 kitchen is very spacious considering the limited square footage that the house provides. Features include hardwood floors, updated cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, and plenty of storage and countertop space.
During the prohibition era of the 1920s, this house is rumored to have served as a place where the owner was "rum-running" out of a 3-bay garage on the property that he specifically built for his bootlegging.
New owners will particularly enjoy relaxing on an oceanview teak rooftop deck. The exterior living space offers beautiful gardens, a heated pool with a waterfall, and a poolside cabana with a gym, a summer kitchen, and a changing room.
We love that the hardwood floors and white walls found throughout the home create a neutral palette, but accent wallpapers and the sun room’s black and white tiled floors add unique pops of color and style.
Yes, the house definitely needs some work. Built in 1997, it’s a bit dated and could seriously benefit from a total refresh, both inside and out. It stands a decent 1,420 square feet in size with three bedrooms and two bathrooms—so while it’s not the biggest, it’s suitable for a small family or as a vacation home.
We’re thinking that the small, quarter-acre property is the reason that this Dune Road home is asking just $3.7 million. You almost never see a price that low for an oceanfront home in the Hamptons—especially when the house isn’t a teardown.
While the property is spacious, it isn’t too big to the point where an entire team would be required to help manage it. The house features four bedrooms and three bathrooms on 1.25 hedged acres—so there’s plenty of space outdoors, too.
Interior features include an open floorplan, a fireplace in the living room, stainless steel appliances in the eat-in kitchen, and a master suite with glass doors that lead out to the deck. There isn’t a pool, but there is a hot tub and two outdoor showers.
The contemporary-style home has spiral staircases outside, spiral staircases inside, an indoor pool with a funky ceiling, curvy beamed ceilings in the kitchen, chrome cabinets, and a double-height sunroom.