Moments from Main Street proper, off Lumber Lane and surrounded by multimillion dollar homes, this 2,000+/- sq. ft. home on a flag lot, with three bedrooms and three full baths, has much to offer. Enter from the front porch to bright, immaculate open living spaces with skylights and hardwood floors, including living room with fireplace, dining area and eat-in kitchen with island seating and stainless steel appliances. Sliding glass doors open to a rear deck with awning and in-ground pool set in the spacious backyard. Bedrooms and baths are inviting and include a large master suite. Additional amenities include central air, irrigation system and outdoor shower. Community tennis courts and minutes to the Hamlet of Bridgehampton or the Village of Sag Harbor make this charmer the perfect Hamptons get away!
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