Art collector Adam Lindemann, who a couple of weeks ago made headlines when he purchased Eothen, Andy Warhol's old Montauk estate, for a reported $50M, has put his nearby Montauk property on the market. Designed by starchitect David Adjaye, the house, high on the Montauk bluffs, blends a traditional exterior with a modern interior. It's 5000sf with six bedrooms and 8.5 baths. The great room is enormous, lined with shiny wood and with a tall two-sided fireplace. (Does it strike anyone else as claustrophobic and gloomy? We'd be painting those ceilings white pronto.) The six acre plot of course features a pool and spa; we imagine, though, that the famous giant yellow teddy bear sculpture is not included in the sale. Asking price is $29.5M, which is fairly reasonable.