Meadow Lane Beach House The Goods – The property is sited on 2.7 acres of oceanfront with a whopping 167’ of frontage on the Atlantic Ocean and also includes spectacular Shinnecock Bay views. The swimming pool and tennis court are pre-existing and non-conforming and would not easily be replaced. 1400 Meadow Lane, $16,000,000. Listed by Tim Davis of The Corcoran Group. Why it’s a good deal – The 1970’s 5-bedroom, 4-bath “comfortable beach house,” is not as grand as its neighbors – which contributes to making it the least expensive oceanfront property in Southampton Village.

  The Town of Southampton, New York State’s first English colony was founded by a small group of English Puritans from Lynn, Massachusetts who landed at Conscience Point on June 12, 1640. Among these first settlers were Edward Howell and Thomas Halsey. 2015 marks the 375th anniversary of the Town of Southampton and festivities will be taking place throughout the year at different venues to celebrate this significant milestone.

1. Montauk The Goods - This striking quarter-acre Montauk contemporary boasts panoramic views from both first and second floors (and a flat roof that could accommodate a deck). It’s one of the best-built houses in town, according to Sotheby’s broker Bill Williams. “From floor to ceiling only the finest materials were chosen in building this home,” including the “enormous fireplace finished with Zimbabwe Granite.” Better yet, with its hurricane-rated windows and electric roll-down shutters, it’s virtually storm proof. Its attributes go on from radiant heat to top appliances. Located across Old Montauk Highway from the beach, you can “watch the waves break from the 55-foot ocean-side pool.” The owner has put more than $7 million into the property. $4,895,000 Why It’s a Great Deal - Three words: overhead telephone wires. When the owner built it in 2010, he was under the impression that the wires were going to be buried. They will be, but no one knows when.