After coming on the market in January of this year for $5.75 million—but more recently asking $5,495,000—the waterfront home at 192 Soundview Drive in Montauk has found a buyer and gone into contract.
Designed in 1985 by Cape Cod architect Sandy Charlesworth and built by local builders Meberg and Pedersen, the property has had a bit of screen time, ranging from an appearance in the 2013 horror film, Innocence, to being featured on HGTV’s Vacation House for Free, where the property was shown to buyers to demonstrate the ideal Montauk home.
The 1.7-acre property has been available for sale in the past as well, once listed as high as $7.8 million back in 2015.
In 3,200 square feet of living space, the shingled traditional offers three ensuite bedrooms, a wall of waterview windows in the living room, decking that runs the length of the home, a sunroom, a farmhouse sink and granite countertops in the kitchen, hurricane shutters, and a large stone fireplace.
Outside, the home is set back over 150 feet from the bluff with an elevation of 40 feet and offers mature landscaping and a heated gunite pool.
Patti Leber from Town & Country Real Estate represents the listing.
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