Twin Cottages Near Bay 449K

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TWO FOR THE PRICE OF…TWO!

I’m not saying these identical twin cuties — unwinterized 1BR cottages in the Maidstone Park area of Springs (East Hampton), N.Y. — are a steal or anything. The asking price for both, newly reduced, is 449K.

But there’s something tantalizing about them and their possibilities.

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They’re on one-third of an acre, a five-minute walk to magnificent Maidstone Beach, a long, never-crowded white sand beach on Gardiner’s Bay, and great kayaking/paddleboarding spots.

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Outdoor shower

They’re barely 400 square feet apiece. They sit on cinderblocks and have no fireplaces. But they’re well-maintained and tastefully appointed, with decent baths and kitchens. A pair of friends could share the property, or it could be a modest family compound.

Patios and landscaping would go a long way. They’ve been on the market for a while (I first saw them last winter, when the asking price was over half a million). You know what that means: negotiable!

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For more info and interior photos, go here.

About cara

I blog for fun here at casaCARA, and write about architecture, interiors, gardens and travel for many national magazines and websites. My recently published posts and articles can be found here: https://casacara.wordpress.com/recent-articles/
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One Response to Twin Cottages Near Bay 449K

  1. Terry Kearns says:

    We’ve always loved the idea of a compound where everybody can get a bit of space. To a southern boy “winterizing” just sounds awful thing to have to do. Makes me shiver just thinking about it.

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