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First, a little backstory about Montauk Shores Condominium:
"The community now known as Montauk Shores has been in existence for approximately sixty-five years. Montauk Shores Condominium began its heritage years ago as a rustic seaside campsite for many adventurous pioneers who would pitch a tent or just sleep out under the stars. In 1976 a group of 152 individuals or families banded together and purchased the property after the [original] owners filed bankruptcy. Today [there are] 152 individually owned sites and 47 leased sites."This little two-bedroom number is one of the 152 individually owned sites and can be yours for the low, low discount price of $99K. While many might take issue with the idea of living in a trailer park, we're kind of enamored with the idea of a weekend getaway/summer retreat on the East End that actually seems affordable. Sure, the place won't impress those who head east looking for garden parties, fundraisers, and expensive dinners, but that's never been the point of this 20-acre community. Thoughts? Update: Looks like this is one of the leased units and not the individually owned ones.