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7- And 8-Figure Sales On The Western Front

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617 Dune Rd, Westhampton Beach. GOOGLE MAPS

617 Dune Rd, Westhampton Beach. GOOGLE MAPS

The home at 545 Dune Rd in Westhampton sold for $3,024,500. COURTESY MLSLI

The home at 545 Dune Rd in Westhampton sold for $3,024,500. COURTESY MLSLI

The home at 545 Dune Rd in Westhampton sold for $3,024,500. COURTESY MLSLI

The home at 545 Dune Rd in Westhampton sold for $3,024,500. COURTESY MLSLI

The home at 545 Dune Rd in Westhampton sold for $3,024,500. COURTESY MLSLI

The home at 545 Dune Rd in Westhampton sold for $3,024,500. COURTESY MLSLI

author on Jan 2, 2019

Considering how high the purchase price was, we wish we could tell you more about 98 Depot Road in Westhampton Beach. After what had to be a lot of haggling, a limited liability company paid $12,404,290 for the site of All Hamptons Storage. The company’s website is blank, so we suspect the property and the business have undergone some changes.

More information is available about another Westhampton Beach-area transaction, that of 855 Dune Road in West Hampton Dunes. Justin and Maxine Karval are the new owners after having paid $3,587,500. The 4,000-square-foot residence on 0.7 acre has six bedrooms and five baths. Other features belonging to the oceanfront manse are three fireplaces, a heated pool, a newly renovated kitchen, an open dining area, a den, a play room, three oceanfront decks, a hot tub, and especially, a private walkway to the beach.Down the road, 617 Dune Road has new owners, Judy and Samuel Rosenberg, who paid $3.49 million for the 3,000-square-foot house with five bedrooms and four baths on a shade over 1 acre, which includes 100 feet of ocean frontage. The renovated post-modern has an open first floor featuring an eat-in kitchen with stainless steel appliances, a dining area, a living room with fireplace, two bedrooms and two baths. There are two second-floor oceanside master suites with balconies. There is a heated pool plus a private walkway to the beach.

And a little further down the road, at #545, the new owners are Kathryn Sallnow and Neil K. Dhar. The purchase price was $3,024,500 and the 2,500-square-foot house on 0.81 acre has four bedrooms and three baths. The residence was renovated in 2013 using mahogany siding. The large great room with an open floor plan and wood beam cathedral ceiling supports a gourmet kitchen, a dining area, and a living area with fireplace. There is a large master bedroom with porcelain bath overlooking the ocean, three guest rooms and two additional modern marble/porcelain full baths. There are multiple decks on the ocean and bay sides. Other amenities include a two-car garage, large parking area, beautiful landscaping, and room for a pool.

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