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$2,250,000

This home has been sold

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Essentials
Price $2,250,000
Style Traditional
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 3
Stories 2
Approx. Sq. Ft. 2,720
Acreage .37
Year Built 1920
Key Features
Heated Pool
Central Air
Eat-In Kitchen
Exercise Room
Finished Basement
Formal Dining Room
Laundry Room
Library
Near Train Station
Near Jitney/Bus
Office
Cable/Satellite

In 1920 bootleggers multiply as Prohibition begins, the League of Nations had its first sessions, women were given the right to vote and Pancho Villa hung up his guns for the last time. That same year, in the burgeoning summer outpost of East Hampton, construction was completed on picturesque Buell Lane of a Victorian style cottage with wrap-around covered porches on 1/3 of an acre. Almost a century later, that same house, beautifully restored and completely renovated, awaits its next owner. Entering the nearly 3,000 SF+/- house is as if going through a portal in time. An intimate living room leads to the formal dining room. A completely updated kitchen opens to a large living room with fireplace. Completing the first floor a den could be pressed into service as the 4th bedroom with a full bath nearby. A staircase climbs to a multi-room master suite that includes sitting room, dressing room, custom bath and inviting sleeping chamber. Two guest suites and a bath complete the second floor. Finished space in the lower level with deep window well adds additional possibilities. Outside the heated 36' free-form Gunite pool reigns over a very private rear yard. In close proximity to village shopping, transportation and ocean beaches, this nearly newly listed offering demands your attention today.

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East Hampton
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This home has been sold

Essentials
Price $2,250,000
Maintenance/Common Charges $4
$East Hampton
% down $None
Style Traditional
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 3
Stories 2
Approx. Sq. Ft. 2,720
Acreage .37
Year Built 1920

In 1920 bootleggers multiply as Prohibition begins, the League of Nations had its first sessions, women were given the right to vote and Pancho Villa hung up his guns for the last time. That same year, in the burgeoning summer outpost of East Hampton, construction was completed on picturesque Buell Lane of a Victorian style cottage with wrap-around covered porches on 1/3 of an acre. Almost a century later, that same house, beautifully restored and completely renovated, awaits its next owner. Entering the nearly 3,000 SF+/- house is as if going through a portal in time. An intimate living room leads to the formal dining room. A completely updated kitchen opens to a large living room with fireplace. Completing the first floor a den could be pressed into service as the 4th bedroom with a full bath nearby. A staircase climbs to a multi-room master suite that includes sitting room, dressing room, custom bath and inviting sleeping chamber. Two guest suites and a bath complete the second floor. Finished space in the lower level with deep window well adds additional possibilities. Outside the heated 36' free-form Gunite pool reigns over a very private rear yard. In close proximity to village shopping, transportation and ocean beaches, this nearly newly listed offering demands your attention today.

Heated Pool
Central Air
Eat-In Kitchen
Exercise Room
Finished Basement
Formal Dining Room
Laundry Room
Library
Near Train Station
Near Jitney/Bus
Office
Cable/Satellite
East Hampton
Living in East Hampton
East Hampton offers excellence without compromise. Living here means rubbing elbows with celebrities and tastemakers from the arts, business, and political worlds in a village that embodies Hamptons style.
Explore East Hampton
Transportation
Coast