Best Deals in the Hamptons
Captivating New Construction in Hot, Hot, Hot Quogue – $3,500,000
The Goods – Brand new captivating high-end 4,000 square foot construction on a private lane in Quogue. Curated with stunning finishes and systems. Four en-suite bedrooms include two master suites. Heated gunite pool and spa. Exquisite kitchen, pool house, garage, and smart home automation.
Why it’s a good deal – “I love this meticulously constructed Quogue Village home,” says listing agent Marcia Altman of Brown Harris Stevens. “It’s not just a ‘spec’ house, but a well thought out example of the finest custom materials and systems available today. You’ll love it as much as I do. Impressive.”
Mecox Bay Lane Stunner – $6,250,000
The Goods – Situated on an acre on one of the most sought after locations populated by celebrities and power players, it is less than 1/2 mile to Mecox Bay. It offers 4,700 square feet of light filled living with French sliding doors out to a large deck and covered porch for outside entertaining.
Why it’s a good deal – Listing agent Martha Gundersen of Brown Harris Stevens says, “At $6.25M, it’s a great deal. The house is an open airy beautiful 5 bedroom home on an agricultural reserve on a dead end leading to Mecox Bay. It is not far off from the land value, yet you have a great stylish home with a large gunite pool, mature gorgeous landscaping, open floor plan, a 2-car garage, and so much privacy.”
Forever Waterviews – $999,000
The Goods – Located in Lion’s Head Beach and Marina, this private, coveted community in East Hampton is perfect for waterside living enthusiasts. An ‘owners only’ club membership gives access to the beach, marina and boat launch; ideal for paddle boards, kayaks and small craft as well as a guaranteed slip. Steps from a beach access path, this 3 bedroom, 3 bath home complete with pool was built by the owner himself and boasts breathtaking and never changing views of Gardiner’s Bay. Sitting high on a beautifully proportioned mature .46-acre lot, this property is an amazing development opportunity. Permits are in place for a rooftop deck that will afford further stellar waterviews.
Why it’s a good deal – Listing agents, The Baris Team of Halstead Property say, “Listed at $999K and surrounded by $2M+ properties, this home welcomes renovation, expansion or a simple refresh. At this listing price we feel it is an exceptional value as the Lion’s Head community is very desirable right now and the sales market there is extremely strong. Both end-user and investor alike can feel confident in the value of this project.”
Waterfront with Real Potential – $1,575,000
The Goods – Renovate this 1950’s waterside beach house or start new to build your dream home. The lot size is approximately .70+/- of an acre and the current home is 2,240+/- square feet with a full basement and separate garage. Western exposure for great evening light when you return to your backyard after a day of boating. Water access into Shinnecock Bay with direct access to the open ocean. Room for pool.
Why it’s a good deal – Listing agent Angela Boyer-Stump of Sotheby’s International Realty says, “This south of the highway property represents a rare opportunity to own a bulkheaded lot in a very up and coming waterfront community that is close to Southampton Village. The boatability is unique and allows a boater to easily access many fun waterfront restaurants in the Shinnecock Bay area. For fishermen, ocean access is minutes away by boat. In addition, paddle boarding, kayaking and canoeing are popular neighborhood sports. The location is quickly being recognized and labeled as the ‘Malibu of the Hamptons!’”
Waterfront Home with Waterside Pool – $2,595,000
The Goods – Located in the private beach and marina community of Lion Head Beach in East Hampton, this totally renovated ultra-modern home offers four en-suite bedrooms (plus den/fifth bedroom), sleek gourmet kitchen, Geothermal heat and central air, spectacular water views from every level, two-car garage and heated waterside pool.
Why it’s a good deal – Principal Broker Htun Han of Hamptons Realty Group says, “This is a good deal due to the combination of the size of the house, quality of craftsmanship, waterfront location, having access to a private beach, marina, and picnic area and the very important fact that the heated waterside pool would be impossible to duplicate with today’s building codes.”
Sweet Cottage in Southampton Village – $695,000
The Goods – Sweet 1936 cottage style home. Completely updated with enclosed front porch, living room, dining room, eat-in-kitchen with sliders to private yard, 2 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, laundry, basement, and 1-car detached garage. Near shopping, restaurants, beaches, and train. Room for expansion and pool.
Why it’s a good deal – “To buy something at $695,000 in the Village of Southampton close to all, with the ability to expand and have a pool is a steal. It’s adorable and a great opportunity,” says listing agent Natalie Lewis of Douglas Elliman Real Estate.