With the Hamptons summer season woefully behind us, the market to start buying out East is well-underway. Buy buying now in the fall, it allows enough time to have the home up and running by Memorial Day if acting now.
For all those looking to move out East for the summer, the luxury massive estates may not be the best buy depending on one’s lifestyle. For those looking to have the on-and-off weekend at the beach, a Southampton townhouse like this one listed by Brown Harris Stevens on 11 First Neck Lane, may be the best way to maximize space and price that better fits the weekend warrior mindset of a relaxing weekend getaway. The home reflects a classic Hamptons look of ornate pastels, unique finishings, and a look that reflects the history of the Hamptons as a center of the best in New York bold-face-names.
The home is a three bedroom, three bathroom townhouse at the Irving. The nearly 2400 square foot open plan features a fireplace, dining room, kitchen with granite countertops and all high end fixtures, a library with a full bar, and an adjacent first floor bathroom to work with the entertainer’s floor plan the home provides residents.
Upstairs is a bright master bedroom suite and two additional bedrooms with a hall bathroom. The home also features a laundry room, large attic for storage, and a garage to stow anything from surf boards to an extra car. The west facing doors also make a perfect access point to watch the sunset from a brick terrace with an awning.
While the Hamptons may be famous for expansive estates, this home feels a bit cozier with only 8 units in the line, and offering a quick access point to restaurants, Agawam Park, and Southampton Village-only beaches.
The home is being listed for just under $2.5 million and is listed by Christine Sullivan Witker. As the summer season creeps closer and closer, the time to swipe up a steal like this one is quickly approaching. A townhouse like this one is going to be the hot new way to have a compact, luxurious gateway to the Hamptons for the New Yorker looking to get away.