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Investor’s oceanfront Montauk compound lists for $21M

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The four-acre compound has 300 feet of direct ocean frontage

Photos courtesy of Corcoran

Curbed readers may remember this oceanfront Montauk house from last summer, when Tinder executives were renting out the 230 & 234 Old Montauk Highway compound for $135,000 per month and getting into a some trouble with the locals after throwing parties that got a little too out of hand.

While it’s still available to rent under Saunders Real Estate agent, Chris Coleman, the property has also just listed for sale with a $21 million price tag under Corcoran Group’s real estate agent, Gary DePersia.

It currently belongs to real estate investor, Michael Hirtenstein. Designed by architect James Biber in 2006, the property has been honored by the American Institute of Architects and the American Architecture Awards.

Each lot is about two acres. Between the two properties, the compound has a solid 300 feet of direct ocean frontage.

The 5,500-square-foot main house has three levels of living space, a gourmet kitchen, and a master bedroom with a rooftop deck and wraparound terraces. A skylighted gym can be found on the finished lower level, while the exteriors feature hurricane-rated glass and custom metal roofing.

A guest house spans 2,400 square feet with two bedrooms, one bathroom, an eat-in kitchen, and outside deck.

Outside, there are sweeping ocean views, a heated gunite infinity edge pool, hot tub, and outdoor shower.

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