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South-of-the-highway turnkey traditional in Montauk seeks $2.35M

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We love that wraparound veranda

Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman

This turnkey shingled traditional style home in south-of-the-highway Montauk has come on the market for $2.35 million.

On almost a half-acre of land, the 2,300-square-foot house includes four bedrooms and four bathrooms, plus a wraparound veranda, a recently renovated gourmet kitchen, a gas fireplace, and a fully finished basement with a bunk room and an entertainment area. Built in 1999, Bruce Nagle designed the home drawing inspiration from the iconic Seven Sisters houses in Montauk.

Unfortunately there isn’t a pool outside, but the grounds are professionally landscaped and there’s an outdoor shower and a one-car garage.

The property is about a mile from Montauk shops, restaurants, and ocean beaches.

PropertyShark records and the Zillow price history both indicate that the home was last sold in 2015 for $1.8 million—which was slightly above the $1,795,000 asking price. In 1995, the empty property sold for $100,000.

Douglas Elliman agents Linda and Kristin Mallinson represent the listing.

What do our readers think of the property? What do you think of the listing price? Leave your thoughts in the comments.

Photo courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Photo courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Photo courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Photo courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Photo courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Photo courtesy of Douglas Elliman

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Montauk

, , NY 11954