Simply lovely one-level ranch-style home located on Sherrill Road in the Village of East Hampton, extremely convenient to the shops, restaurants, ocean beaches and train stop. Features include an open front-facing living room with wood-burning fireplace, an eat-in '60s era kitschy kitchen, an ensuite rear-facing bedroom, two guest bedrooms that share a retro hallway full bath, and a separate den perfect for kicking back or overflow. Attached one-car garage, main level laundry, rear dining / lounging deck and central air-conditioning as well as a covered front porch, ideal morning coffee and evening cocktails, presents a beachy, laidback lifestyle just a sidewalk length away from everywhere you want to be in East Hampton.
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