Windmills are everywhere on the East End of Long Island—and you could be spending your summer in this one for $55,000.
Built in 1830, this unique home carries 188 years of Hamptons history and was a working windmill from the time it was built up until the ’50s. It was later converted to a guest house for Faberge Perfumes founder, Samuel Rubin.
In addition to standing for nearly two centuries, it has multiple celebrity connections as well. Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller once rented the home back in 1957, while other famous tenants include novelist Kurt Vonnegut and actor Terence Stamp.
In 1,100 square feet, there are just two bedrooms and one bathroom between three levels. The very top level—which is the windmill portion of the home—looks like it’s currently being used as a closet.
After a total renovation and redecoration, this home is move-in ready for summer visitors.
The property is a massive 5.45 acres. Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like there’s a pool on the property, but the large plot affords plenty of privacy.
Sited at 64 Deep Lane in north-of-the-highway Amagansett, tenants will be just two miles away from the Amagansett National Wildlife Refuge and the ocean at Indian Wells Beach.
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- 64 Deep Lane [Out East]
- Windmills in the Hamptons, mapped [Curbed Hamptons]
- For Her Birthday, Mapping Marilyn Monroe’s 43 Homes [Curbed]
- Marilyn Monroe link to Amagansett Windmill House [Newsday]