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The smallest homes for sale in the Hamptons

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Micro Week is the week here at Curbed that we dedicate to all things tiny. This map details some of the smallest houses we could find in various Hamptons towns. Some are teardowns and some are most definitely here to stay; if you’re looking for something small and easy to run, take a gander.

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Montauk, 592 square feet

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"Room for inflatable kiddy pool" boasts the listing for this teeny place. For $598K, you get a one-bedroom, one bath cottage directly across from Fort Pond and very close to the train and Jitney stops.

Lazy Point, 1000 square feet

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Across the street from the beach, this tiny, charming home is renovated. There's one bedroom and one bath, set on 0.17 of an acre, asking $499K. However, the purchaser must be an East Hampton Town resident and no financing is allowed. It's a great buy if you want to rent your main residence out during the summer.

Springs, 900 square feet

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With a quarter acre of land, this listing, asking $375K, offers plenty of scope for rebuilding if the purchaser so desires. The existing house, with two bedrooms and one bath, "needs TLC."

Bridgehampton, 960 square feet

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Two bedrooms and two baths squeeze into this cozy house, which is move-in ready. With 0.37 of an acre of land, there's also room to expand or put in a pool.

Noyack, 687 square feet

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Just a block from the bay is this cute cottage, with a beamed open kitchen and great room. There are two bedrooms and one bath; water views are possible if a second story is added, and there's room for a pool on the 0.29 acre plot. Ask is $479K.

North Sea, 528 square feet

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A one-bedroom, one-bath cottage offers a suprisingly large half-acre plot of land. This property offers the privilege of docking your boat in Southampton Cove, and you can easily walk or bike to the beach.

North Sea, 1000 square feet

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A 1920s fisherman's cottage with two bedrooms and one bath, asking $479K, needs some work. It's within walking distance to a boat launch and close to Conscience Point, and offers 0.3 of an acre with a shed.

Montauk, 592 square feet

"Room for inflatable kiddy pool" boasts the listing for this teeny place. For $598K, you get a one-bedroom, one bath cottage directly across from Fort Pond and very close to the train and Jitney stops.

Lazy Point, 1000 square feet

Across the street from the beach, this tiny, charming home is renovated. There's one bedroom and one bath, set on 0.17 of an acre, asking $499K. However, the purchaser must be an East Hampton Town resident and no financing is allowed. It's a great buy if you want to rent your main residence out during the summer.

Springs, 900 square feet

With a quarter acre of land, this listing, asking $375K, offers plenty of scope for rebuilding if the purchaser so desires. The existing house, with two bedrooms and one bath, "needs TLC."

Bridgehampton, 960 square feet

Two bedrooms and two baths squeeze into this cozy house, which is move-in ready. With 0.37 of an acre of land, there's also room to expand or put in a pool.

Noyack, 687 square feet

Just a block from the bay is this cute cottage, with a beamed open kitchen and great room. There are two bedrooms and one bath; water views are possible if a second story is added, and there's room for a pool on the 0.29 acre plot. Ask is $479K.

North Sea, 528 square feet

A one-bedroom, one-bath cottage offers a suprisingly large half-acre plot of land. This property offers the privilege of docking your boat in Southampton Cove, and you can easily walk or bike to the beach.

North Sea, 1000 square feet

A 1920s fisherman's cottage with two bedrooms and one bath, asking $479K, needs some work. It's within walking distance to a boat launch and close to Conscience Point, and offers 0.3 of an acre with a shed.