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Canoe Place Inn and Cottages, situated on the site of America’s oldest inn, reopened its doors this week after being shuttered for nearly two decades. The historic 17th-century Hamptons inn, which was once referred to as “The First Stop Out East,” has been restored and reimagined for the 21st-century traveler.
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A low-key Hamptons home just minutes from the beach has hit the market. Located at 25 Walnut Street in Sag Harbor, the single-family property has undergone a recent renovation that has modernized the interiors, while maintaining its charming beachy bungalow feeling. Now asking $1,595,000, the adorable three-bedroom ranch also has a backyard made for summer and beyond, with a heated gunite pool and spacious patio.
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For $35 million, you can own 13,428 square feet of lavish waterfront living, with open water views of Long Island Sound from nearly every room. In addition to over 200 feet of water frontage, this custom-built eight-bedroom home at 45 Binney Lane in the Old Greenwich, Connecticut community comes with a boathouse and deep-water pier, along with standard mansion amenities like a pool, guest house, spa, terraces, and a wine room. Winner of the 2021 HOBI award, the bespoke contemporary home is LEED-certified, boasting a geothermal heating/cooling system and loaded with smart home technology.
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Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka found a buyer this month for their five-story Harlem townhouse, which first hit the market last August for $7,325,000. As first reported by the New York Post, the home at 2036 Fifth Avenue is in contract for more than $7,100,000, likely setting a new record for a townhouse sale in the Upper Manhattan neighborhood. The home, constructed in 1908 as a bed-and-breakfast, measures 8,000 square feet and 20 feet wide.
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This idyllic waterfront compound at 74-80 Cedar Lane in the secluded Southampton hamlet of Remsenburg was once a 19th-century hunting lodge. In far more recent days, complete restoration and renovation have bestowed this charming property–it’s currently the hamlet’s most expensive listing at $17,500,000–with some top-tier modern additions like an elevator, a guest house, a pool and tennis court, a porte-cochere and a five-car garage with hydraulic lifts, a boathouse, a fitness room, and a wine cellar. And in case you forget the laid-back Hamptons vibe, there’s even an old-fashioned windmill on the property.
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Just moments from the hub of the hamlet of Montauk, this charming Hamptons cottage offers a quaint and quiet escape without sacrificing convenience. The two-bedroom home, located on Fort Pond at 100 Edgemere Street, feels like a beachy bungalow due to its relaxed layout and use of natural textures but is still stylish enough to entertain and host visitors. The home is now available for $1,695,000.
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This luxurious Hamptons property contains all the amenities and space anyone could ever need, and more. Located at 63 Duck Pond Lane in Southampton, the nine-bedroom estate has second-floor ocean views and offers a resort-style lifestyle via its heated pools, fitness center, and tennis court. From the massive outdoor LED screen that emerges from underground to the home theater with seats for 16, this mansion is perfect for hosting viewing parties for the Super Bowl, Olympics, or whatever event deserves an audience. The newly-built, two-acre estate is asking for $33,900,000.
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This charming collection of three cottages on well-tended grounds is situated on the open waters of Gardiners Bay. Asking $3,350,000, the chic little homes at 115 Gerard Drive in East Hampton offer stylish interiors with every modern comfort and unforgettable water views.
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For New Yorkers, 2021 was a year of ups and downs, from the rollout of coronavirus vaccines and the gradual reopening of our beloved city to the return of mask mandates and canceled events. Throughout, though, 6sqft readers stayed informed on all things Covid, real estate news, and fun things to do, while celebrating the opening of new public green space, sky-high observation decks, and unique apartments for sale. Ahead, discover the most read 6sqft stories of 2021, from a first look at the offshore park Little Island to a listing for a condo in the real-life “Arconia” from Hulu’s Only Murders in the Building.
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This unique home at 127 Senix Avenue in Center Moriches offers south-of-the-highway waterfront living without the Hamptons crowds. The property, asking $2,990,000, sits on Moriches Bay, anchored by a classic circa 1890 Nantucket-style home. In addition to renovated interiors, a quaint guest house, a boathouse, and an in-ground pool, verdant grounds make this a dream vacation residence.
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