Located on the village fringe of East Hampton, surrounded by gorgeous multi million dollar properties, build your dream home on this rare and abnormally large building parcel. This property was recently created by merging multiple parcels, allowing an end user to build a 6,000 sf above grade home plus a pool and a pool house. All of this can be done in a private and coveted area of East Hampton VERY close to the village and all of it's action, while at the same time offering the peacefullness of a quiet location. Having this much land to build on at this price is extremely rare for East Hampton, you do not want to miss the opportunity to break ground.
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