The compound includes two homes from the 20th century and two new structures, too.
Four renovated cottages in Bridgehampton, New York, came onto the market as a compound on Thursday for $5.995 million.
Sitting on two separate lots, the four cottages have 4,650-square-feet of living space with nine bedrooms and seven bathrooms in total. The property features a main house that was built in 1927 and a guest house constructed in 1930, the listing shows. The other two cottages are a carriage house and a pool house, which have authentic architectural style that match the original cottages.
“This is truly a home for the family,” said listing agent Jack Pearson at Corcoran. “Family members can spread across the four cottages, have their own spaces, while staying close to each other.”
The current owner is a New York businesswoman who bought the first lot in 2003 for $1.375 million and the second one in 2006 for $1.6 million, according to Mr. Pearson.
“The owner bought the place as a vacation home. She renovated the two original cottages inside and out, and built the pool house and carriage house from scratch,” Mr. Pearson said. He didn’t specify how much the owner spent on the renovations but said it took a year and half to build the new carriage house and pool house.
Mr. Pearson said the owner is selling the property because she travels a lot for her business and doesn’t spend enough time there.
The compound comes with a heated gunite pool, gardens, a wisteria-covered pergola patio, a two-car garage, a media room and generators in every cottage.
“It takes a special customer who can appreciate its history and authentic architecture style,” Mr. Pearson said.