This is a true real estate miracle. One twenty-seven Main Street has been transformed from a mess to a modest $29 million piece of property, fresh on the market, waiting for a buyer.

From a piece of junk to an expensive Hamptons jewel, how did they do it?

“It was completely run-down,” Tim Davis, a real-estate agent for Corcoran in Southampton, told the Wall Street Journal earlier this summer. “It was really quite a mess.”

The property was originally designed by the Architectural firm Wyeth and King and built in the late 1930s for Robert Lion Gardiner, apparently one of East Hamptons most prominent residents, the Corcoran listing says.

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