After two years on the market, this shingled gambrel in the Culloden Point area of Montauk has found a buyer and gone into contract. The gorgeous home was last asking $3.6 million, down from the original $3,995,000 asking price that it had when it went up for sale in September of 2016.
There was only one price cut made in its two years on the market earlier this year in January. It was also once listed for a higher $4.6 million back in 2014, according to the Zillow price history. Built in 2007, the 1.42-acre property sold in 2004 for $700,000.
Standing a sizable 5,740 square feet in size, the custom home offers four bedrooms, six full bathrooms, and one half-bathroom inside. Features include a master suite with a private waterview balcony, three ensuite guest bedrooms with walk-in closets, a kitchen with two islands and a pantry, a family room and sun porch, and a formal dining room with French doors that lead to the front porch.
Other features include a fireplace, built-in cabinets, window seats, radiant stone floor heating, and a finished lower level with a rec room, two bathrooms, and a wine cellar.
Meanwhile, the exterior hosts an outdoor shower, a heated gunite pool, and a stone patio with a fireplace.
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