One of the historic Seven Sisters homes in Montauk located at 153 Deforest Road just came on the market with Sotheby’s International Realty under listing agents Rylan Jacka and Mark Webb for $16.25 million. It is known as the Andrews house.
The Seven Sisters are all part the Montauk Association, which is a series of homes built in the late 1800s after real estate developer Arthur Benson hired the architecture firm McKim, Mead & White and landscape designer Frederick Law Olmsted to build seven homes for him and six of his friends. The notable architect on the project was Stanford White.
The homes are considered to be revered pieces of architectural history, representing important examples of the shingle style home. Dick Cavett’s home, Tick Hall, is also part of the Seven Sisters, currently asking $62 million.
In 2016, the Andrews house was for sale with Douglas Elliman for $18.5 million. Since then, it looks like there’s been some updates to the exterior, though the interior looks essentially the same.
There are four bedrooms, two full bathrooms, and two half bathrooms in 3,800 square feet of living space. The structure sits on 2.3 acres of ocean view land.
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