The newly-constructed modern home has 4,500 square feet of space with four bedrooms, five full bathrooms, and one half-bathroom.
We love the unique features that are scattered throughout the space—in particular, the rounded floating staircase and sunken area of the living room caught our eye.
Admittedly, it could use some updates. Some of our readers didn’t like the wall colors in the home, but wall color is an easy thing to change. What we like about this home is that it has the bare bones that will make updates easy.
We’re loving the countertop pass-through window between the kitchen and living room, the muted mint wall colors, and the sunny foyer with skylights.
Since it’s been in the hands of the current owners, renovations have been completed throughout the home, originally built in 1980—including new kitchen cabinets installed in a fantastic candy apple red.
Right now, the addition off the living space is staged as a sunroom, but it can be used as a proper greenhouse.
Most of our readers guessed that the beach house was listed for between $12 million and $15 million. Located at 1341 Flying Point Road, the property is actually asking $11.5 million.
The master bathroom features a dual vanity, massive soaking tub with ocean views, and French doors leading to what looks like a private deck.
The home last sold in 2016 for $2,275,000. Most of our readers—about 42 percent—guessed the home was currently asking between $2 million and $3 million.
Originally built in 1966, the home has been recently renovated to bring it up to date with new flooring, a new roof, and a fresh coat of paint.
The property itself is just a half-acre
The highest poll categories were tied. Most people guessed the correct range of between $5 million and $6 million, but the same amount of readers—23 percent—also guessed that the home was asking over $8 million.
The home has seven bedrooms, eight full bathrooms, and one half bathroom in 7,000 square feet, and sits on over three acres of land on a flag lot.
Most of our readers thought it was asking between $20M and $25M
The property last sold for $12 million in 2015. What do you think the asking price is now?
The asking price on this 2,700-square-foot home is $2,395,000—but most of our readers guessed that it was between $3 and $5 million.
Can you guess the asking price?
Most people guessed this week’s PriceSpotter accurately, though almost the same amount of people guessed it was asking higher.
The postmodern construction was built in 1989, designed to take advantage of the water views from every room in the house.
Some people high-balled it, thinking it was over $13 million, and even one person thought it was over $16 million.
The property features high hedges for privacy, an outdoor kitchen, bluestone patios, pool house, heated pool, and Har-Tru tennis court.
Inside, there are floor-to-ceiling glass windows, laminate floors, marble kitchen counter tops, and a finished lower level.
One of our readers guessed the property was listed for $1.99 million—and they weren’t far off. The asking price is $2,125,000.
While it’s south of the highway, it’s not waterfront nor are there water views.
The outdoor terraces on both the first and second levels face out to Mecox Bay, and from the second level one can see the ocean.
This new build in Water Mill has over 13 acres of waterfront land on Mecox Bay, plus ocean views from upstairs.
Built in 2002, the 6,000-square-foot home sits on 1.1 acres and has five and a half bathrooms, separate staff quarters, an expansive master wing, a common balcony, covered porches, and a heated gunite pool.
Close but no cigar this week. (Cigars ain’t free, people.) We acknowledge this one was a little tougher this week.
This waterfront property isn’t huge, but everything in it is nicely done and high end. Walls of glass make the most of the harborfront view.
This property offers quite a bit, we think, with a main house, barn (guest house), pool and pool house. Will someone snap it up soon?
Too easy this week: the actual price was the number one guess. Apparently all commenters were stunned by the listing’s beauty into silence.
This gorgeous house doesn’t exist yet, but it’s amazing. There are separate buildings connected by glass bridges for the living areas and bedrooms.
This very colorful house is the home and studio of artist Ernst Lurker. It reminded one commenter of the house from the movie Ruthless People.
Are you a collector of Memphis furniture? Swatch watches? Then this is your house! It’s a fun property.
This 80s contemporary by Bruce Nagel is on prestigious Bull Path. Most of you thought the asking price was higher than it is.