For those who use winter as a verb, the Hamptons beckon

February 01, 2017 06:34PM

Not usually known for its winter attractions, the Hamptons has seen an increasing number of residents sticking around during snow season. With more businesses keeping the doors open through the winter and low-priced condos (well, low priced for the Hamptons), the area might be the winter place-to-be for some of New York’s elite, the New York Post reports. Developments include Bishops Pond in Southampton, the Residences at Gurney’s in Montauk, and Barn & Vine in Bridgehampton. Prices at those developments range from $1.7 million to $4 million. For some, renting may be the way to go — at least one house rents at a 95 percent discount during the winter months. [NYP]