Interiors include four bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, wood floors, a fireplace in the living room, and a brand new kitchen with a large center island. Downstairs, a finished lower level has direct access outside and to the attached two-car garage.
The purpose of the ban would be to educate locals on the harmful effects of certain materials on the environment and wildlife that could consume them—but anyone who breaks it may be required to pay up to $1,000 in fines or spend 15 days in jail.
A boxy modern just 1 mile north of East Hampton village has found a buyer and is currently pending a sale. Most recently asking $2.9 million, the property went on the market in June of 2017 for $4.45 million and steadily dropped its price in the year and a half since.
When it came on the market a year ago, it was asking $6.95 million before cutting the asking price in June down to $6.2 million. After another change in price earlier this week, it’s now the lowest it’s been since becoming available for sale.
Back in 2011, this stucco French-inspired East Hampton estate went on the market for $5.9M, and by May of 2012, the property closed for $4.65M. Seven years later, the house is available for sale again, this time with a steeper price tag of $8,495,000.
Features include hardwood floors, sliding glass doors that lead outside, and a kitchen with a separate dining area. We love the glass brick detail near the front entrance and the floor-to-ceiling concrete fireplace in the living room.
Curbed readers may remember a colorful East Hampton house that has been on and off the market over the last year and a half. Artist Ernst Lurker—the founder of the PlayArt movement—has just relisted his 1984 contemporary with a smaller price tag.
Sited on an acre of land overlooking Gardiner’s Bay, the house spans 6,000 square feet in size with six bedrooms and six and a half bathrooms. Originally built in 1980, it was totally renovated in 2008.
It came on the market for $2.9 million earlier this year in June before cutting its price down to $2.35 million a month later. In August, the house went into contract, and earlier this week the deal closed.
Originally built in 1969, the compact 1,000-square-foot home now features light hardwood floors, white walls, cathedral ceilings, a wide open floorplan, and a wall of windows off the living and dining space.
The 0.38-acre property comes with a 10,783-square-foot main building with two storefronts on the ground level and eight one-bedroom apartments upstairs. There’s also a 1,105-square-foot detached garage and a four-bedroom house.