Blue hydrangeas, purple wisteria, rambling pink roses: the gardens of the circa-1800 Daniel Osborne House are magical. The deep lot is almost an acre, with winding brick paths, a 20′ by 40′ pool, a pergola and a barn style three-car garage.
The dignified old colonial home has been beautifully renovated, with 4000 square feet of space, five fireplaces and nice old dark wood floors. Plenty of room for everyone with six bedrooms and 4.5 baths. All this in the village of East Hampton for just $3.5 million.
So what’s the catch?
Yep, here we go again with Someone Has to Live on Main Street. Of course, there are some advantages to living on Main Street, too: walk to restaurants, shops, and the movies. The property, listed by Heather Baris, Richard Baris, and Nola Baris at Sotheby’s, has been on the market for a long time now, gradually dropping in price. What do you think will be that magic number? We gotta say we adore this property, especially the gardens, so we think $3.5 million is pretty close.
For more, click here. 109 Main Street, East Hampton