Behind The Hedges Make the Inn Spot on the Bay Your Spot for $4.75 Million

Make the Inn Spot on the Bay Your Spot for $4.75 Million

January 10, 2018 By Laura Euler
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Hampton Bays real estate, in our opinion, is only going to go up. The hamlet is becoming more and more popular, with swanky new developments like Ponquogue Point and popular higher-end restaurants. And now one of the better known businesses is for sale. The Inn Spot on the Bay is well located (on the, um, bay) and right by the Ponquogue Bridge leading to ocean beaches. It's a quirky, charming hostelry and restaurant. Listed for $4.75 million by Gloria Joseph and Lawrence Ingolia at Sotheby's, there's just under an acre of land with 140 feet of bulkheaded waterfront and a 125-foot dock.

All photos via Sotheby's

The property features a 13-room inn (originally built in 1857) with restaurant and bar. There are also adorable guest bungalows and staff quarters. Price seems about right for just about a bayfront acre with dock; the only pity is that there isn't room for a pool.

What do you think? Want to indulge your inner Basil Fawlty? Let us know.

For more, click here. 32 Lighthouse Road, Hampton Bays


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Civil Gentlmn

The Ponquogue Point (which was Ponquogue Manor before Mabley Handler got involved & recommended a substantial purchase price increase) was & continues to be an unfinished eyesore for the community. It is four+ years later & still not finished. To convey that the development is "swanky" is far from the truth. The banners outside advertise "Waterfront Property Views" but is nothing more than a view of a narrow canal with small "less than swanky" houses opposite. Dan's papers should know better. Shame on you.