The home at 48 Lumber Lane in Bridgehampton is East End Americana at its best, according to listing agent Andrea L. Ackerman.
Dating back to 1920, this 3,100-square-foot, two-story traditional — priced at nearly $2.5 million — sits on .64 acres landscaped with mature trees, leaving plenty of room for a pool, said the licensed associate real estate broker with Brown Harris Stevens of the Hamptons
“It offers a radiant-heated, glassed-in solarium, formal dining room, parlor and living rooms, each with its own fireplace,” Ackerman said. “The five bedrooms are generous in size and the floor-to-ceiling windows allow light in all day long.”
With good bones — and an authentic, charming feel — the farmhouse is conveniently located just north of Main Street, and less than 3 miles to the ocean beach, she noted.
“Because of the convenience to the train, jitney and shops, this has mass appeal,” Ackerman said of the home. “It could be [for] a young family who wants to walk into town, or has no car or likes to bike to the beach, and finally someone who wants real convenience.”
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