Fort Pond Boulevard Debra Scott
Bargain hunters take note. Fort Pond Boulevard in Springs might not be noted it for mega-mansions, but it still caused notice when a .32-acre property there was recorded in the transfers this week at having sold for a mere $210,000.
“This is the least expensive sale that I have seen in years,” said Chris Chapin, an agent at Douglas Elliman, who could not find the listing in any of the systems used by his company. “This likely was a private sale that never hit the open market.”
Ironically, the seller was an L.L.C. named Hampton Dream Properties.
Mr. Chapin pulled up a trio of similarly priced listings:
There are only two other properties on the South Fork, each house built circa 1950, asking near that price, both in Southampton. One on County Road 39 is a tiny cottage, only 500 square feet, on a tad more than half an acre priced at $229,000. The other is a larger house at 1,100 square feet on a miniscule lot, .09 acre.
Also in Springs, on 8th Street, another 1950s ranch has hit the market so recently that its listing doesn’t have pictures yet. With open kitchen-living room, fireplace, and hardwood floors the .2-acre property is sure to move fast at $299,000.