About a third of our readers guessed correctly.
Earlier this week, we had readers try to guess what it would cost to rent this restored farmhouse in Amagansett from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Listed for $ 200,000 for the entire summer season, about a third of our readers guessed correctly.
Slightly more votes were cast in the lower category—more people thought that it was listed for under $ 180,000 for the summer. A few people even thought it was asking higher.
Located at 66 Old Montauk Highway, the house was originally built back in 1870. After a restoration, the interiors have gotten a total face lift and now feature bright living spaces and a wide open kitchen with a center island. In 3,200 square feet, there are five bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, a wood-burning fireplace, and two staircases among three levels.
The 1.07-acre property also hosts a barn that the listing suggests using as either a yoga studio or an entertainment space. Other exterior living spaces include a 620-square-foot poolside terrace, a heated gunite pool, spa, pool house with a deck and pergola, and a brand new 600-square-foot two-car garage.
Represented by Martha Gundersen of Brown Harris Stevens, the property can be rented for the entire season from Memorial Day to Labor Day for $ 200,000, for the month of July for $ 70,000, the month of August for $ 85,000, or a on a weekly short-term basis for $ 40,000.
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