Montauk’s only windmill house has found a buyer after eight months on the market.
Originally listed for $1.9 million back in May of 2018, the shingled house saw just one price cut during its time available for sale. In August, the asking price went down to $1.7 million, which is what it was most recently listed for when a contract was signed on January 2, 2019.
Built in 1928, the house was designed by architect Arthur B. Wood. The architect lived in the house until 1965, at which point he sold it to Mary Gosman—the same Mary Gosman who founded Gosman’s Dock with her husband, which is still an operating restaurant in Montauk. In 1998, Gosman sold it for $450,000.
In 2,600 square feet, there are six bedrooms and four bathrooms on 0.23 acres of land. Features include hardwood floors, a stone fireplace, and vaulted ceilings in the living room.
The house needs some updates, but it’s a great opportunity for this buyer to own an iconic house on the East End.
Corcoran Group agent Helen Stubbman represents the listing.
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