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What $50K rents you in the Hamptons this summer

What $50K rents you in the Hamptons this summer

Let’s see what $ 50K will rent you out east this summer

Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can buy or rent for a certain price in the Hamptons.

Today’s price: $ 50,000 to rent in the Hamptons from Memorial Day to Labor Day.

57 South Fairview Avenue, Montauk: $ 50K

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57 S Fairview Ave, Montauk

This Montauk home is right across the street from the Montauk Downs, and just north of Shadmoor State Park, which makes it just over a mile from the ocean at Ditch Plains beach. Inside, there’s 1,650 square feet of living space, three bedrooms, and two bathrooms, plus a separate apartment with one bedroom and one bathroom.

Though parts of the home are dated (namely the kitchen), and the property doesn’t have a pool, we like the nature views and proximity to town that this north-of-the-highway home offers.

Sag Harbor Village Rental: $ 50K

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Sag Harbor Village Rental

An exact address of this Sag Harbor village rental home isn’t given, but according to the listing, it’s right in the village and sited near Haven’s Beach and village shops and restaurants.

Recently updated, the 1,500-square-foot home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms, bright interiors, hardwood floors, and a fenced-in backyard for privacy. Outside, tenants will enjoy dining on the back deck under a pergola.

63 Chester Street, Bridgehampton: $ 49.5K

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63 Chester Street, Bridgehampton

Sited right in Bridgehampton village, this cottage is just moments from village shops and restaurants on Main Street. The Cape-style summer home has 1,700 square feet inside with three bedrooms, including a first-floor master suite. Outside, there’s a heated pool and plenty of lawn space for outdoor entertaining.

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