The price of a Manhattan one-bedroom goes surprisingly far in the Hamptons

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The Hamptons is synonymous with wealth and opulence: think sprawling lawns, Porsches zipping down Highway 27 and leisurely lunches at Pierre's. But it's actually quite affordable by Manhattan standards.

It turns out that for the average price of a one-bedroom in Manhattan--which hit almost $925,000 last quarter, according to data cruncher Miller Samuel--you can get an entire house on the East End, and then some. 

Whether you're spending the long weekend daydreaming or scoping out the homes to be had out East, here's a sample of what you'll find on the market this very minute.


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