Hamptons condo sale
Douglas Elliman agent Aaron Curti just closed what he called the “the best deal in the Hamptons.”
Curti sold a three bedroom, 3-bath condo at 456 Old Town Road in Southampton for $2.52 million.
“Condominiums are hard to come by on the East End, especially in the Estates Section of Southampton,” said the agent.
“This is the best deal in the Hamptons – perfect for someone who wants to be close to the beach with all the contemporary bells and whistles, and all for a very good price.”
The condo, part of the Villas complex on Old Town Road, is on the historic Murray-McDonald Compound that was once one of Southampton’s largest estates. Around the turn of the 20th Century, a portion of the estate was bought by Henry Rogers, the late head of Standard Oil, who built staff quarters there.
In 1914, Long Island architects Walker & Gillet built the Spanish Revival-style structure that still remains today. The property was eventually sold to Raymond Kassar, the former CEO of Atari, who turned the divided units into a single family home.
In 2006, the structure was renovated and divided into six ultra-luxury units. “The Villas have a rare pedigree, and a very rare place in the modern market here in the Hamptons,” added Curti.