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Upside-down beach house in Montauk quickly goes into contract

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It was only on the market for about four months

Photos courtesy of Corcoran

Sited just steps from the bay in the Culloden Point neighborhood of Montauk, the recently renovated home at 10 Tern Drive has found a buyer and gone into contract after just four months up for sale.

In June, the house listed with Corcoran Group’s real estate agent, Joan Hegner, for $1.45 million, but after two months the price went down to the most recent asking price of $1,375,000. The final sales price hasn’t yet been revealed.

Originally built in 1984, the upside-down beach house stands 1,800 square feet with four bedrooms and two full bathrooms on a quarter-acre of land. Inside, there are beamed cathedral ceilings in the living room, a floor-to-ceiling brick fireplace, walls of windows, hardwood floors, and sliding glass doors that lead to a wraparound deck outside.

The home is practically right across the street from a bay beach off Soundview Drive, and just under a mile from Gosman’s restaurant. It’s located about 3 miles north of the ocean at Ditch Plains Beach.

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