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It was last asking $5.25M
The lot was last asking $5.9 million
In 2014, Anke Beck Friedrich and Jürgen Friedrich (the founder of fashion company Espirit) purchased the home for $1.35 million. They then renovated the 1843 home and brought it into the 21st century.
Even though the home has been modernized in some places (such as the eat-in kitchen), the original character has been maintained.
Since listing for sale in July of 2017, the incredible mansion built by Kean Development known as Summer House has been asking $34.95 million and has not received a single price cut during its year and a half on the market.
The newly-built oceanfront house at 611 Dune Road in Westhampton listed for sale in October and found a buyer after just one month on the market. Originally asking $6,599,000, the beach house has just closed for above ask at $6.7 million.
Montauk is all about being just steps from the ocean at any given time, and it looks like the new owners of this compact Ditch Plains beach house will be exactly that after purchasing the property for $1,095,000.
In September of 2016, the house became available for sale with a $2.85M asking price, and slowly dropped that price over the next two years. Most recently, the listing was cut from $2,495,000 down to $1,995,000 in June of 2018. Earlier this week, a contract was signed.
Pilar Guzmán, the former editor-in-chief of Condé Nast Traveler, and husband Chris Mitchell, the chief business officer for Condé Nast’s culture collection, were the last owners of the property.
The house first became available for sale in November of 2017 for $6.75 million. There were no changes in price between then and when the house went into contract a year later.
The handsome modern farmhouse-style home first came on the market in February of 2017 for $4.25M, but over the next almost two years the price steadily came down. When a contract was signed at the end of November 2018, the property was listed for $3.25M.
Located at 16 Jennings Road, the house is less than a mile from the Conscience Point National Wildlife Refuge, and about 4 miles north of Southampton village shops and restaurants. Douglas Elliman agent David Donohue represents the listing.
The house was available with most of the furnishings
Originally listed for $1.9M back in May of 2018, the shingled house saw just one price cut during its time available for sale. In August, the asking price went down to $1.7M, which is what it was most recently listed for when a contract was signed.
After the existing house was completed, it arrived on the market for $3.5 million in 2014. Over the next four years, "the Cube" would see multiple changes in price, eventually cutting the price down to $1,995,000.
Features include hardwood floors, three legal levels (one of which was grandfathered in), multiple fireplaces, an eat-in kitchen with a breakfast area, a screened-in porch, and a master suite with two closets and a marble bathroom.
The listing was removed in January of 2017, and then relisted for $3.195M in February of this year. After a few price cuts, it was most recently asking $2.795M.
The master suite is host to double walk-in closets and a unique bathroom with glass brick walls around the shower and next to the bath tub, allowing for plenty of light to pour in.
In 2012, the house on the market with an $18.25 million asking price, but that price dropped steadily over the next six years. Earlier this week, it sold for $10.6 million.
At the very end of October, the stylish shingled house came on the market for $1,175,000 with Corcoran Group agents Michael Lynch and Betsy Cronley, was in contract by mid-November, and closed earlier this week for slightly under ask.
It was last asking $2.295M
The current house was built in 1949, spans 2,200 square feet in size, and has three bedrooms and three bathrooms. Inside, the cottage hosts an open floorplan, a large bay window in the living room, water views throughout, and a wood-burning fireplace.
The most expensive house went for $40M
A price cut in August brought the compound down to $1.9 million, and by November a contract was signed. Earlier this week, the property sold and closed for $1.6 million, or $800,000 for each house.
It’s located south of the highway on Egypt Lane
Located south of the highway in Amagansett, the 2.33-acre property at 90 Indian Wells Highway that was once listed for $18 million when it came on the market in January of 2017 has sold for $10.5 million.
Lauren owns the houses on either side of this estate, last asking $20M
The 5,500-square-foot house went up for sale back in March of 2016 for $5.75 million and has dropped its price several times over the course of its two and a half years on the market.
Designed by architect James Biber in 2006, the property has been honored by the American Institute of Architects and the American Architecture Awards. Each property has about 2 acres of land, totaling 4.1 acres and offering 300 feet of direct ocean frontage.
Built in 2003 with designs by local architect, John Laffey, the 5,500-square-foot shingled house includes five bedrooms, six and a half bathrooms, hardwood floors, an eat-in kitchen, a finished lower level, and multiple wood-burning fireplaces throughout.
There is a 1,189-square-foot beach house on the property that was built back in 1890, but it will probably get torn down to make room for a bigger and more modern house.
There’s not a pool, but the 0.42-acre property has room to add one. Outside, one will find a 280-square-foot artist’s studio, an outdoor shower, and a fire pit.
The property has 350 feet on Arshamomaque Pond
The two houses went on the market together for $11.8 million back in April of this year and have received several price cuts during their time available for sale.
When we first featured the property in June, our readers thought it was listed for too high, but it sold for relatively close to the original asking price. What do you think of the home? Tell us in the comments.