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.
That price (which we’re thinking could probably be negotiated down to just under $3 million) will get buyers a 2,068-square-foot modern house, three-quarters of an acre of land on Dune Road, and 90 feet of private ocean beach.
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.
In 1999, the property sold for $2 million, and then in 2013 it was listed for $17.5 million. After a few years and several price cuts, the asking price made its way down to $8.9 million earlier this year and is currently pending a sale.
Located at 32 Beach Lane in Westhampton Beach, this film-featured home has over 7,000 square feet of living space on nearly 2 acres of land—so there’s plenty of room for family reunions at this East End retreat.
Yes, the house definitely needs some work. Built in 1997, it’s a bit dated and could seriously benefit from a total refresh, both inside and out. It stands a decent 1,420 square feet in size with three bedrooms and two bathrooms—so while it’s not the biggest, it’s suitable for a small family or as a vacation home.
We’re thinking that the small, quarter-acre property is the reason that this Dune Road home is asking just $3.7 million. You almost never see a price that low for an oceanfront home in the Hamptons—especially when the house isn’t a teardown.
The contemporary-style home has spiral staircases outside, spiral staircases inside, an indoor pool with a funky ceiling, curvy beamed ceilings in the kitchen, chrome cabinets, and a double-height sunroom.
At 750 square feet, it’s the largest unit at the complex and it’s one of only four units directly on the ocean. The condo has just one bedroom, but the listing claims that it can be converted back to the original two-bedroom layout.
The estate is host to the only private art museum in the Hamptons—and it has four main galleries. The structure is 7,500 square feet and 36-feet high, surrounded by forest and landscaping that leave it camouflaged.
Bridgehampton, Amagansett, Hampton Bays, Westhampton, Southampton, and Sag Harbor village all saw increases in total number of home sales, while the greater Sag Harbor area, Shelter Island, East Hampton, and Montauk all saw decreases.