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Hamptons Roundup

Bethenny Frankel’s Bridgehampton Reno Project Finds a Buyer

RHONY star Bethenny Frankel purchased the century-old Morning Glory House in Bridgehampton back in December of 2017. The Morning Glory House dates back to 1910, at which time it served as a bed and breakfast. After some renovations, Frankel put the iconic house back on the market just six months after her purchase in May 2018 for $2,995,000. The house was most recently listed for $2,595,000 when a contract was signed. Spanning a comfortable 4,239 square feet in size, the residence is host to seven bedrooms and five and a half baths. Sited on 0.6 acres of land, features include high ceilings, a fireplace in the living room, an unfinished third story, and French doors that open out to the patio and the heated gunite pool. Outside, there’s also privacy hedging and a wraparound veranda. Compass Real Estate agent Caroline Sarraf represented the listing, and Vincent Abbate from Nest Seekers brought the buyer. [Compass]

Sag Harbor Main Street Home with Period Details Wants $2.7M

An attractive Main Street home in Sag Harbor that was originally built in 1890 has just come on the market for $2,695,000. Inside the cozy 2,400-square-foot home, there are five bedrooms, three full bathrooms, and one half-bath. Features include a front porch, a wood-burning fireplace, a grandfathered third floor, and a gunite pool and pool house out back. The house appears to be in good shape, and it has maintained some period details from its original construction. The property it is situated on is a compact 0.13 acres, but that’s a trade-off for being so close to Main Street shops and restaurants. Homeowners will be just a 10-minute walk from village amenities. Douglas Elliman agent Gioia DiPaolo represents the listing. [Douglas Elliman]

Renovated Water Mill Home Dating Back to 1900 Asks $4.2M

Originally built in 1900, the Water Mill home at 89 Cobb Road has just come on the market for $4.2 million — but new homeowners won’t feel like they’re living in a century-old home. Sited on a half-acre of land, the 3,400-square-foot shingled traditional farmhouse has been completely renovated and brought into the 21st century. Features of the four-bed, four-bath house include a gated entrance, wide plank hardwood floors throughout, an open floor plan, a fireplace in the living room, an artist’s studio, a chef’s kitchen with marble countertops, and French doors that lead outside. The backyard offers a bluestone patio, a pool, and lawn space that’s perfect for entertaining. Located south of the highway, residents will be just a mile from the ocean at Flying Point Beach. Compass agent Matthew Breitenbach represents the listing. [Compass]