THIS IS ONE OF THOSE HOUSES you just want to pick up and put down in a different spot.
It’s an impeccable c. 1930 Bauhaus-style cottage that looks like it belongs, by rights, in the back streets of Miami Beach. Instead, it’s in the Village of East Hampton, where cedar shingles are more the rule.
It’s on the market for 749K, which is a bundle, considering it’s tiny (600 sq. ft.), on a small lot, and (this is the pity part) right across the street from the railroad station.
Still, it’s so cute, inside and out — and unspoiled — I just had to share it with you.
For details and more pics, go here.