Designed in 1985 by Cape Cod architect, Sandy Charlesworth, this bayfront Montauk estate that appeared in the 2013 horror film, Innocence, has come on the market for $5.75 million.
Inside the 3,200-square-foot home, there are three ensuite bedrooms, a first-floor master suite, granite countertops in the kitchen, oak floors throughout, and a sunroom. The owner has recently painted the interior of the home white.
Outside, there’s a gunite pool, views of Block Island Sound, and decking that spans the length of the home. On the 1.7-acre property, the home is set back 150 feet from the bluff, on a 40-foot elevation.
In addition to serving as the setting for the opening scene in Innocence, it was also featured on the HGTV show, Vacation House for Free, where the property was shown to buyers to demonstrate the ideal Montauk home.
The listing has been available several times in the past—but after coming back on the market last week, this is the lowest asking price that it’s had in nearly three years. In 2015, it was listed for $7.8 million, and has received multiple price cuts since then.
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