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New to the market, this Montauk compound is asking $10.5M

Designed by AIA Archi Award-winning architect, Robert Young

All photos, Corcoran

The home at 22 Old West Lake Drive in Montauk just went on the market with Corcoran Group Real Estate, asking $10.5 million. The home is lakefront, on Lake Montauk.

The home was designed by the AIA Archi Award-winning architect, Robert Young, in 2005. It was constructed by Atlantic Collaborative Construction.

They’ve created a home that aims to bring modern and traditional design together. This is demonstrated in the juxtaposed elements of cedar shingles and white painted exterior wood with walls of glass and driftwood flanked floating walls.

The property consists of a main house and guest house, which together total over 6,500-square-feet of living space. But let’s look at them separately.

The main house is 4,700-square-feet in size with four bedrooms and five bathrooms. Utilizing an open floor plan, the main house has a great room with sliding doors that look out to the lake.

The kitchen has large doors that bring the indoor spaces and outdoor spaces together. There is also a screened-in porch, which could be used as an outdoor dining space or just a place where one can go to relax.

In the master suite, the future homeowner will enjoy a private balcony and private outdoor shower. There is a two-story sleeping wing and separate guest wing with an extra sleeping loft. Another guest room features built-in bunks for four.

Other features include a wine cellar and two laundry rooms.

Now, onto the guest house.

The guest house has 1,800-square-feet of living space, with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The main living space features high ceilings, and guests (or family members who’ve overstayed their welcome, or kids just out of college, or tenants if the property owner decides to rent) have a private entrance to the pool and separate water access.

The master bedroom in the guest house is designed to be a “sleeping porch,” according to the listing, which means that it’s surrounded by walls of windows on three sides.

Unfortunately, only the exterior shot of the guest house is available.