Sited on an acre of land overlooking Gardiner’s Bay, the house spans 6,000 square feet in size with six bedrooms and six and a half bathrooms. Originally built in 1980, it was totally renovated in 2008.
Located south of the highway in Amagansett, the 2.33-acre property at 90 Indian Wells Highway that was once listed for $18 million when it came on the market in January of 2017 has sold for $10.5 million.
The house already has an open floorplan, high beamed ceilings in the living room, a fireplace, and hardwood floors in the bedrooms. With the right architect and design team, the charming beach house could make a great fixer-upper.
We first featured the property in March of 2017 when it was listed for $11.5M. Since then, the home has had multiple price cuts, the most recent $2M change in price bringing the property down to $5.995M.
Just four years ago in 2014, Johansson bought a quiet Amagansett home on Shipwreck Drive for $2.2 million. The Gurney’s condo that her and Jost toured is the most expensive one at the 26-unit complex currently on the market, listed for around $8 million.
The restored 1,000-square-foot home was part of noted architect Richard Bender’s "Amenity" project in the early ’60s, which consisted of a collection of cottages on 20 acres of private land surrounded by woodlands.
Interior features include an open floorplan, a fireplace in the living room, stainless steel appliances in the eat-in kitchen, and a master suite with glass doors that lead out to the deck. There isn’t a pool, but there is a hot tub and two outdoor showers.
Whitewashed plank oak hardwood flooring reminiscent of driftwood helps to maintain a consistent design element throughout the entire home, while the original midcentury suspended fireplace brings homeowners back in time.