For Sale in The Hamptons
This week, we’re having readers guess the asking price of this brand new shingled traditional in north-of-the-highway Bridgehampton, located in a cul-de-sac.
The Southampton home of CNN anchor Chris Cuomo and Cristina Cuomo, the founder and editor-in-chief of the wellness magazine Purist, has just come on the market for $2.9 million,
Known as the Bee Cottage, local artist Stephanie Clark purchased the property in September of 2017 for $2,995,000 and redesigned the house, which was originally built in 1929.
The oceanfront house has some great qualities such as high cathedral ceilings in the living room, an open floorplan, and multiple decks accessed by sliding glass doors.
When the 6.5-acre property listed for sale, it was asking $12.6 million, but after a year that price fell down to $9.9 million. Earlier this week, the most recent price cut brought the nine-bedroom, 10-bath estate down to $7.9 million.
It was first built in 1967
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The house was originally built in 1950 as a one-bedroom structure, but eventually things got added on as time went by. In 2016, artist Erica Lynn Huberty totally renovated the space to what it is now.
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 0.68-acre property hosts four separate structures
The house is in need of a renovation (it doesn’t look like it’s been touched since the ’60s), but we think that the midcentury time capsule would make a great fixer-upper project.
For $10 million, the 7-acre compound in north-of-the-highway Southampton could be your next residence. Located at 189 Sebonac Road, the property offers three houses with 7,599 square feet, 14 bedrooms, and nine bathrooms between them.
An attractively renovated cottage in north-of-the-highway Wainscott has just come on the market for $2,195,000. Originally built in 1927, the house has been around for almost a century, but it has up-to-date features.
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Sited on a quarter-acre of land, the compact 900-square-foot house offers just two bedrooms and one bathroom. Originally built in 1975, the house needs some work, but we think that it has a lot of potential.
Even though the property is located south of the highway at 150 Rose Hill Road, residents would still have to drive on the highway in order to get to the ocean, which could be a downside for buyers.
Built in 1989, there have been some recent updates, but we’re thinking that the new owners will still want to do some renovations here and there, like in the kitchen.
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This week’s PriceSpotter is an Amagansett home, originally built in 1989. Possibly the most desirable feature of this house is the water views over Napeague Bay from the covered porch outside.
The house has been available for sale in the past. From 2011 to 2015, the house was on and off the market for the same $5.59 million asking price. Up until earlier this week, it was available to rent.
The shingled cottage offers 1,650 square feet of living space, three bedrooms, and two and a half bathrooms. Features include hardwood floors in the communal spaces, a wide open eat-in kitchen with a stove, and beamed cathedral ceilings in the living room.
Two Southampton properties (one at 359 Meadow Lane and the other at 660 Halsey Neck Lane) each came on the market at different times over the last two years. Earlier this week, Bespoke combined the two properties and listed them as a compound with an asking price of $72.5 million.
Standing a modest 1,000 square feet in size, there’s only three bedrooms and one bathroom inside—so we’re thinking that the new owners are going to want to add another bathroom.
That price (which we’re thinking could probably be negotiated down to just under $3 million) will get buyers a 2,068-square-foot modern house, three-quarters of an acre of land on Dune Road, and 90 feet of private ocean beach.
Earlier this year, the couple listed their other Hamptons property in North Sea with a $4 million asking price but it looks like they have decided to keep that house and sell the larger Water Mill home.
Residents will be a convenient mile and a half from East Hampton village shops and restaurants and just 2 miles from the ocean at Indian Wells Beach at this 14 Royal Street property.
Features include high cathedral ceilings, a wood-burning fireplace, and a wall of windows with distant water views of a creek that leads into the harbor.
Originally asking $24,995,000 when it went on the market two years ago, one $5 million price cut was made in September of 2018. In total, $7,595,000 has come off this luxury Hamptons listing.
Built in 2014, the house is still relatively new. Standing 8,000 square feet in size, homeowners will have ample space for family and guests with eight bedrooms, eight full bathrooms, and three half-baths on a full acre of land.
After coming on the market earlier this week, the property is listed for $3,995,000. We started the poll at $4.65 million because that’s what it sold for back in 2007.
Let’s see what this budget will get you in south-of-the-highway Southampton
Outside, homeowners will enjoy a heated gunite pool, patio space for lounging and dining, and water views across Down’s Creek, which leads directly into the Peconic Bay.
According to the Surfside Inn’s website, the building was a hotel and restaurant called Surf & Sand and the Anzac House before it was purchased by the current owner in the 1980s.
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