For Sale in The Hamptons
This week, $14.55 million came off the asking price, and it’s come down more than $28 million in total since Cavett listing the property a year and a half ago.
Spanning a massive 10,000 square feet between three levels, the modern farmhouse-style estate is host to eight bedrooms, 10 full bathrooms, and two half-baths.
French doors off the living room lead to a bluestone terrace outside, where one will find a heated gunite infinity pool, a tennis court, and a covered terrace with an outdoor fireplace.
It was originally asking $24.75M back in 2016
Sited on an acre of land, the 4,400-square-foot shingled house has four bedrooms and six full bathrooms, a gourmet chef’s kitchen, and a third-floor loft with views over Mecox Bay and out to the ocean.
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The 4.3-acre property has a 22-room inn, space for private events and weddings, a tennis court, and a restaurant
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We love what this house has to offer, and we’re interested to see what it would look like if the new owners decided to renovate rather than tear it down for a new-build.
Built in 2015, the house first became available for sale three years ago for $24 million, but has been on and off the market since then. The $17.9 million asking price is about 75 percent of the original listing.
Some work will need to be done to bring the house up to date, and it may be a bit small for some people’s taste, but the 0.69-acre property is in a desirable south-of-the-highway Hither Hills location.
Features include an open floorplan, hardwood floors, and some spaces that have already been renovated. Outside, there’s a new pool, a hot tub, and an outdoor shower.
Considering that it’s been totally renovated, it’s on a large piece of land, and there’s a pool and tennis court outside, we think that $2.1 million is a reasonable starting point for this property.
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.
Considering the size of the house and the fact that it’s waterfront, the price doesn’t seem too bad—but the downside is that it’s only on a half-acre of land.
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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.
Originally built back in 1920, the recent restoration by Artisan Builders and interiors designed by Katrina Hernandez brings the house into the 21st century.
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.
Built in 2000, we noticed that the interiors are in need of some updates, but the kitchen looks like it’s been recently renovated. Features include hardwood floors throughout, beamed ceilings in the living room, a fireplace, and sliding glass doors that lead outside.
After purchasing the house in 2006, the current owners totally renovated the kitchen, installed the hardwood floors in the dining room to match the living room, and replaced the original sliders with French doors.
When we first featured the house this past summer, our readers weren’t loving the design and thought that $2.5 million was too high of an asking price.
Originally built in 1927, the house now has two bedrooms and one bathroom, hardwood floors throughout, stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, and a partially finished basement.
It was most recently asking $60M
It has a pool and tennis court on 2 acres
Sited on 1.2 acres of land, the 5,200-square-foot house has six bedrooms and seven and a half bathrooms. Interior features include a floating staircase with glass railings, hardwood floors, built-ins, and an open floorplan.
The price cut isn’t huge, but the fixer-upper wasn’t too overpriced when it came on the market. Our commenters wrote that they thought it would sell somewhere between $3.2 million and $3.5 million.
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.
Lorraine Bracco, the actress best known for playing Dr. Jennifer Melfi on "The Sopranos" and Karen Friedman Hill in "Goodfellas," put her Bridgehampton house on the market for $3.8M back in April of this year. After eight months on the market, she just cut the price by $200K.
The finished lower level—which adds another almost 4,000 square feet to the house’s footprint—hosts a wine cellar, a gym, a sauna, a media room, and an entertaining area with a bar and fireplace.
The totally renovated house spans a comfortable 1,600 square feet on 0.17 acres of land, south of the highway.
The property is conveniently located just a 5-minute walk from the Southampton train station and a half-mile from Main Street shops and restaurants.