Interiors include an open floor plan, radiant heat and hardwood floors throughout, high ceilings, a double-sided fireplace, and a claw foot tub in one of the bathrooms.
If you’d rather live in a smaller home, these are for you
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In March of 2016, the home listed for $1,795,000, was removed about a year later, and relisted for the same asking price in May of this year.
Originally built in 1900, the 2,000-square-foot home has four bedrooms and four bathrooms on a half-acre lot located right on Gardiners Bay.
While it looks like some more updates could be done to the space (namely swapping out the tile floors for hardwood), the structure has the bare bones necessary for a great home.
Here’s the great part, though: the home is on over five acres of land. With that much space, the new owner has endless renovation and expansion opportunities.
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One reader said that the farther east you go, the more expensive the gas is. And he was just about right.
Bordering a nature preserve, the property is situated at the end of Breeze Hill Road, which is on the western side of Springs and located away from a lot of activity to allow for some privacy.
Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can buy for a certain price in the Hamptons. Today, we’re looking at what a $2 million budget will buy you in the Springs neighborhood of East Hampton.
We’ve compiled three waterfront homes in the Hamptons that all have open houses this week, so you can stop by and see what best fits what you’re looking for.
The gutted cottage was listed in April for and sold in May of for $10,000 above asking price.
The newly renovated home was originally built in 1959 and sits on 0.45 acres of land. The home is located in the northern part of Springs, close to Hog Creek Point.
Springs is one of the more affordable towns in the Hamptons. Today, we’re looking at what $1 million will get you in Springs.
Located near the Devon Yacht Club, Napeague Bay, and Napeague State Park, the property sits north of the highway right between Amagansett and Napeague and is a short distance from Springs.
With a slanted roof and wrap-around deck, 659 Springs Fireplace Road was built in 1966 as a modern home—and now it’s on the market for $995,000.
The home was built from the wood of a ship, and it actually still has the original pegs holding it together.
This installment of Curbed Comparisons explores what $1 million will get you in East Hampton. The homes here range from 1,500 sq. ft. to over 4,000.
The 10,000-square-foot glass block house just got a reduction in price. But beware—even the bathrooms have these walls of glass.
Living in the Hamptons can be rather expensive, but it’s still possible to find a bargain.
Includes a 4,000-square-foot main house, cabin, cottage, and storage shed. Oh, and a 2.5-car garage with a loft.
The average home size in the United States is 2,500-square-feet. Could you live in a space that’s smaller than average?
Springs real estate hardly ever goes up to the $10 million mark. So this home is sparking some interest.
Twice as many Americans prefer new constructions to existing homes. Be the first to live in one of these.
The Curbed Cup, our annual award to the Hamptons neighborhood of the year, is kicking off with 16 towns/villages/hamlets vying for the prestigious fake trophy.
Nice home, stylish interiors, pool, and good location all added up to an immediate sale at full price.
We understand chopping the price of a property, but not so much increasing it. Here’s examples of both.
Wolfie’s Tavern, which has been a Springs watering hole catering to locals since the 1940s, is to close this weekend over a rent dispute.
It looks like every other modest shingled house, but step inside and you’re immediately charmed by the renovated interiors.
Joe Velardo and Robyn Finker have a Hamptons tiny home with a difference: their boat, which they keep docked in Three Mile Harbor.
See where greatness lived
Our absolute favorite event of the summer is the biennial picnic and concert benefiting the Perfect Earth Project. This year, Debbie Harry and Chris Stein rocked Cindy Sherman’s backyard.
Tomorrow, go tour six homes for sale along Gerard Drive in Springs and enter to win surfing or paddleboarding lessons.
New York based PRESENT Architecture has designed a home in Springs for a retired couple to age in place. The result is a beautiful, accessible home built on a low budget.