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Outside, the future tenants will enjoy a heated gunite pool and access to Sag Harbor Bay.
Interior features include hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, a white brick fireplace, and a great waterview sunroom.
Can you guess this week’s PriceSpotter?
The three-level building has leased design studios on the first level, a three-bedroom apartment on the second level, and a loft on the third floor.
Originally built in 1840, the corner lot house at 330 Main Street has been recently renovated to blend contemporary style with 19th-century history.
The house is just a mile away from the bay at Haven’s Beach, a half-mile away from village shops and restaurants, a quarter-mile away from Otter Pond, and right across the street from Canio’s Books.
An artist’s studio on the second story of the home could be kept as an artist’s studio, but the listing suggests converting it into an additional bedroom.
About half our readers were right!
The shingled home features large windows that bring in lots of light, hardwood floors, and clean, crisp white walls throughout.
Features include hardwood floors throughout, wainscoted white walls, a gas fireplace in the living room, and glass doors that allow for lots of natural light to fill the home.
Built in 1960, the home is surrounded by water on three sides, allowing for maximum water views and direct water access.
It looks like it could be a tiny home from the front, but it has over 2,000 square feet of living space, three bedrooms, and two and a half bathrooms.
The property had four offers on the day of the first open house
The tiny two-story home at 11 Grand Street was originally asking $850,000 under Douglas Elliman real estate agent, Michael Daly, but sold and closed for a higher $965,000.
Two of these Sag Harbor homes are right in the village, while the other one has a pool on the property.
The 25-acre estate was originally asking $18 million when it first landed on the market, but has been steadily decreasing since becoming available for sale.
Do our readers think that small price cuts will get the historic estate to sell?
Followed by Montauk and the up-and-coming beach town, Amagansett
The property sold in 2013 for $1 million, and when it came on the market in 2015, it was asking a confident $23.5 million before coming down to $19.5 million.
The home is situated on nearly five acres of land and borders a 62-acre reserve, which is great for those looking for a bit more privacy at their Hamptons seasonal or year-round home.
The property has zoning with allowances for development. Both structures on the property can be expanded or renovated—or, as the listing suggests, used as a bed and breakfast.
We featured the home as a PriceSpotter when it first landed on the market. At the time, it was listed for $10.75M, but now it’s asking $9.75M.
This stream has:
This is the third price cut in under two months
Which one would you live in for the summer?
Most readers thought it was listed between $3M and $4M
The home maintained the incredible wide plank pumpkin pine hardwood flooring and wood-beamed cathedral ceilings in the living room, but some of the structure has been modernized.
The listing suggests an update or expansion of the new home, or tearing the home down to build a totally new structure.
This traditional style home, however, was built in 2014—and this week, we’re having readers guess the asking price of the estate.
If entertaining a concern, the plot looks large enough to host smaller-scale gatherings.
In the beginning of January, the mansion took $2 million off the asking price. Now, at the end of the month, another $1 million has been cut, putting the asking price at $15.75 million.
Given the work that’s been put into it and the proximity to the bay beach, we think it’s a pretty good deal for a starting price.
After listing just three months ago, the home has received its first change in price, cutting $500,000 from the asking price.
East Hampton village saw a whopping 180 percent increase in the total home sales volume this quarter, an 81 percent boost in the median home sales price, and a doubled total number of home sales.
French doors lead to the exterior, which is host to separate studio cottage with a full bathroom, a heated saltwater pool, a sunbed on the lounging area, and an outdoor shower.
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