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Leisurama in Montauk sells slightly above ask

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It was last asking $925,000 and sold for $926,000.

A midcentury time capsule.
Corcoran

A 1960s Leisurama in northern Montauk has sold after just three months on the market. Located at 1 Gannet Drive, the funky prefab was originally asking $925,000 when it was listed for sale at the end of October, found a buyer less than a month later, and closed earlier this week for $926,000.

Standing just over 1,000 square feet in size, the house includes two bedrooms, one and a half bathrooms, original features, an open floorplan, a Murphy bed, and an outdoor shower. Residents will enjoy partial water views of the Block Island Sound from the living room.

The property spans 0.22 acres. It was represented by Corcoran Group real estate agents Peter and Lois Moore.

We’re curious to hear what our readers would do with the property. Would you renovate the midcentury time capsule? If so, how? How would you try to maintain its integrity? Tell us in the comments.

Floor-to-ceiling brick fireplace and sliders off the living room.
Corcoran
Galley kitchen.
Corcoran
Master bedroom with a separate entrance.
Corcoran
Blue bathroom.
Corcoran
Just over 1,000 square feet on 0.22 acres.
Corcoran

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