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Rich Cribs: East Hampton properties can form compound
Two adjacent cottage-style homes in East Hampton are on the market for $3.595 million and $2.795 million.
The pair of houses forms a small compound at the end of a private lane abutting a 500-acre tree farm, and together they are said to provide unsurpassed privacy, while still being located only three blocks from the train station.
The larger of the two homes is 5,000 square feet, with five bedrooms and seven baths. Updated by the current owner, the home incorporates the property’s turn-of-the-20th-century barn and many of its original details, including its diamond-patterned windows, wood floors and staircase. The property also features a carriage house, outdoor shower, solarium and a heated pool.
The second property is a 4,600-square-foot, six-bedroom, five-bath home with an eat-in kitchen, wet bar, a fireplace in the living room, an outdoor shower and a heated pool.
Both properties are listed with Bill Stoecker and Jen Wilson of Town & Country Real Estate.