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A ’60s fixer-upper in Montauk seeks $799K

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The home needs to be totally renovated... or torn down


For $799,000, this 1960s Montauk home in the Culloden Shores beach community could be your fixer-upper project... or it could be torn down to make room for a newly built beach house.

The listing claims that the home is “on the market for the first time since its owner chose it out of a Macy’s catalog.” So unless that’s just broker babble intended to transport potential owners back to the middle of the century, we’re taking that it’s a prefab home.

In 1,066 square feet, there are just two bedrooms and two bathrooms. There aren’t any photos of the bedrooms or the bathrooms, so we’re thinking that those rooms are probably not in the best shape. Other features in the home include the original Murphy bed in the den and a brick fireplace in the living room.

Given the kitchen needs to be totally gutted—and the parts of the house that the listing doesn’t have photos of probably need to be totally renovated as well—we’re guessing that the home will likely be torn down. On only 0.17 acres, the space for a massive new-built with all the amenities just isn’t there, but the new owner might consider building a two-story home for added space.

The property is represented by Halstead Property agents, Timothy Burch and William Kuneth.


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