East Hampton senior community rebrands and relists

TRD NEW YORK /
Nov.November 14, 2017 04:31 PM

The development of a six-house East Hampton community for those older than 55 was announced three years ago, but the homes at Crystal Mews, as it was then called, had trouble selling. Now the property is being rebranded as Pantigo Pointe and will be marketed by Brown Harris Stevens. The community’s developer has added a hedge screen to protect the homes from neighboring Route 27, and at least one of home prices came down by $100,000 to $1.495 million. [Behind the Hedges]


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