One East Hampton home, listed for $999,999, features a 40-foot-high dome ceiling.
“The beams run vertically to a point that comes to a peak,” says Christopher Dubs of Devlin McNiff Halstead Property, the listing agent. “It is very dramatic. There is this enormous openness. It is so light and airy you feel like you are in this incredible teepee.”
The contemporary-style three-bedroom house features an open floor plan. The .96-acre land has an in-ground heated pool.
Sellers Connie and Samuel First of Mill Neck purchased the house seven years ago as a second home. Over the years, they have rented out the house.
A buyer might be getting a little something extra with the sale.
“I think the house has really good karma,” Connie First says. “Everyone that rents it from us either gets pregnant and has babies or they get married. We’ve had lots of baby showers in the house. It is a happy house.”