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By Grace Cassidy

A Nineteenth-century shingle-style farmhouse in East Hampton has been publicly listed for the primary time, giving potential consumers the prospect to personal a uncommon, historic farmstead for $5.95 million.

Situated at 10 Roberts Lane on 3.54 acres of land, the three,700-square-foot residence options 5 bedrooms and 4 full loos. The updates and restorations carry residents into the twenty first century with ease whereas nonetheless sustaining its historic attraction.

“This property has been fantastically up to date and restored within the vernacular architectural type that’s attribute of the native surroundings and tradition of the late 1800s—when life was less complicated,” stated Martha Gundersen, the Douglas Elliman agent representing the property alongside Paul Brennan. “The present home-owner has a background in historic preservation and could be very fluent in authentically restoring outdated buildings. Your entire farmstead is so tastefully completed, which as well as the restored farmhouse features a studio, cottage and an vintage barn that now serves as a novel pool pavilion. In fact, all of the know-how and comforts of at this time’s way of life have been included all through.”

Particulars embrace hardwood flooring, large multi-pane home windows, a hearth in the lounge with a brick encompass and clawfoot tubs in two of the loos. The kitchen is supplied with glossy stainless-steel home equipment, a big farmhouse sink and loads of cabinetry space for storing for small home equipment, dinnerware and non-perishables.

“What I discover so particular about this property is how authentic it’s to the realm,” added Brennan. “It’s one of many final houses to be consultant of the ‘outdated’ East Hampton, which was as soon as all farmland, particularly now that it’s been largely subdivided and suburbanized. This property is what everybody used to need and can need once more. I believe we’re on the cusp of returning to a extra conventional type and there’s nothing higher than a traditional East Hampton farmhouse.”

With the barn-turned-pool pavilion and just lately restored outbuildings, the property has a wealth of areas for entertaining, internet hosting friends and inventive pursuits.

Located simply on the outskirts of the village, the home is a mere two miles from Important Road retailers and eating places and three miles from the ocean at Egypt Seashore.

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