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Cool Listings, Hamptons, Historic Homes

Listing photos by Lifestyle Production Group for Sotheby’s International Realty

According to the National Register of Historic Places, this Hamptons home was built by Lieutenant Colonel John Hulbert between 1780 and 1790. Hulbert was a general in the Revolutionary War, where he oversaw 3,000 soldiers in charge of protecting the East End from British Invasion. Located in Sag Harbor Village, the home has gotten some modern updates over the years, all of which have received approval from the local boards and are sensitive to the history of the house. With 5,000 square feet, six bedrooms, a 40-foot pool and hot tub, and a guest/pool house, the “Captain’s House” is asking $11,500,000.

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Cool Listings, Hamptons, Historic Homes

Listing photos by Rise Media for Sotheby’s International Realty

Known locally as the historic Hunt-Johnson Home, this classical house was built in 1841 by Colonel Henry Wentworth Hunt, who founded the local newspaper the Sag Harbor Corrector, today known as the Sag Harbor Express. It remained in the Hunt-Johnson family for three generations until it was sold in 1951 to Joe Petrocik and Myron Clemente. The couple was good friends with Truman Capote, and, in fact, Capote’s 1968 red Mustang convertible is still in the garage with the original “Capote” license plate. The charming three-bedroom home retains much of its original architecture and is on the market for $3,195,000.

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Cool Listings, Hamptons

Listing photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman

If you’re a lover of A-frame houses and are looking for a Hamptons getaway, it doesn’t get any more perfect than this three-bedroom home in Noyack, currently on the market for $1,350,000. The unique home is actually three separate, adjoined a-frames, all centered around the big backyard that has a 40-foot freeform heated pool and multiple patio seating areas.

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Cool Listings, Hamptons

All photos courtesy of The Corcoran Group

A designer cottage in the village of Sag Harbor is now available for $6,995,000. Built in 2017 by New York interior designer Steven Gambrel, the property at 52 Glover Street “echoes the charm and vernacular of a seafarer’s home,” according to the listing. Decked out in blue and gray tones, marble accents, and pine paneling, the Hamptons residence has a historic, nautical feel, all while keeping things modern.

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Celebrities, Cool Listings, Hamptons

All photos courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens

Any Bravo fans looking for a summer rental? Luann de Lesseps, star of “The Real Housewives of New York,” is renting her waterfront Sag Harbor home for the months of July and August, as the New York Post first reported. “I want to travel after the pandemic,” de Lesseps, who also added she is also getting ready for her cabaret shows scheduled for this fall, told the newspaper. The Hamptons property sits on Sag Harbor Cove and boasts water views and a private dock. According to the listing, renters will pay $100,000 for the month of July, $110,000 for August, or $200,000 for both months.

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Cool Listings, Hamptons, Historic Homes

Listing photos courtesy of The Corcoran Group

In Sag Harbor Village, this $3,250,000 house shares all the history of its neighborhood. It was built in 1792 but updated with a modern take on its 18th-century origins. Throughout you’ll find handcrafted millwork and ironwork, wide-plank oak floors, and shiplap ceiling with exposed wood beams. And it’s just steps to both Sag Harbor Cove and all the shops and restaurants along Main Street.

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Celebrities, Cool Listings, Hamptons

All photos by Gavin Zeigler for Sotheby’s International Realty

John Steinbeck’s waterfront cottage in Sag Harbor where he penned his final novel, The Winter of Discontent, is on the market for $17.9 million. The Pulitzer Prize-winning author bought the Hamptons home, tucked away on a bluff between two coves, in 1955, as the New York Times first reported. The property sits on nearly two acres and contains a two-bedroom main residence, a gazebo-like structure that Steinbeck used as a writing space, a guest cottage, and a 60-foot private dock.

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Cool Listings, Hamptons

All photos courtesy of Sotheby’s International Realty

A 7,000-square-foot home steps from the Peconic Bay in Sag Harbor is asking $5.699 million. Found down a long private driveway on over an acre of land, the South Fork mansion at 2244 Noyac Road contains five bedrooms, six full and two partial baths, and enough flexible space to make any dream home possible. Set back from the road and surrounded by trees, the property is private and not far from Sag Harbor Village’s historic downtown.

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Features, Hamptons, NYC Guides, real estate trends

The best places to live year-round in the Hamptons

By Devin Gannon, Wed, February 3, 2021

When the coronavirus pandemic struck New York City last March, many New Yorkers decided to temporarily stick it out at short-term rentals in the Hamptons. As the crisis continued and it became clear COVID was not subsiding any time soon, those tentative renters became buyers, aided by low mortgage rates and the ability to work from home. According to a report from Sotheby’s International Realty, sales activity in the Hamptons in the third quarter of last year saw a significant increase year over year at all price points as many sought more space and access to the outdoors. “It took a pandemic for folks to discover that the Hamptons is so much more than a swanky summer-only home destination,” Holly Hodder, an agent managing East End listings for Sotheby’s International Realty, said. “Thousands of people who have settled here for hundred-plus years as full-time residents know that anyone can find an affordable level.”

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Cool Listings, Hamptons, Historic Homes

Built in 1693, Sag Harbor’s oldest home lists for $1.5M

By Dana Schulz, Thu, September 10, 2020

Photos courtesy of Compass

Built 327 years ago, this charming cottage is thought to be the oldest home in Sag Harbor Village, however, it wasn’t built in Sag Harbor. According to past listings, the home was actually constructed in Sagaponack and then moved five times before settling in Sag Harbor, where it remains today at 64 Union Street and is asking $1,550,000. The original part of the house retains its exposed ceiling beams, wide-plank wood floors, and two working fireplaces. As a bonus, there’s a separate studio structure on the property that would make a great guest house.

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