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Tiny home in the Hamptons lists for $550,000

Some people escape to The Hamptons to party, others to catch a wave. Reading and basking and generally behaving like a writer on retreat appear to be the speed for this little cottage in the Long Island enclave of North Haven. The 600-square-foot, rustic dwelling is listed for $550,000, which Curbed Hamptons says is about right for the neighborhood. It has two bedrooms and one bath, plus a free-standing artists' studio.
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