– Sunsets, the night sky, lights of distant lighthouses on the Connecticut shoreline, and boats traversing the Block Island Sound in the Hamptons, are a few things that can be seen from this custom built 3200 square foot home on Montauk’s north shore. Built by local builders, Meberg and Pedersen in 1985 and designed by Cape Cod architect, Sandy Charlesworth, on 1.7 acres, this home boasts cedar shingles and a traditional cape on the entrance side and on the waterside, opening up to panels of glass, to view a 180-degree water view of Block Island Sound. The decking, (which runs the length of the home) and the house is set back over 150′ from the bluff and has an elevation of over 40 feet. The lot includes ownership up to the mean high waterline with beach access. The home has mature landscaping with a 20 by 40 gunite pool on the waterside with rock formations. There are 3 bedrooms, all ensuite, with the master on the first floor, and room to expand. The kitchen has a Viking 6 burner gas stove, Viking refrigerator, Costa Esmerelda granite counter tops, Rohl farmhouse sink and wood floors. The floors are random width oak, screwed and plugged throughout the home and Corton Limestone in the entranceway and sunroom. Amenities include central air, irrigation system, security system, 3 zone air/heating, hurricane shutters and a massive Montauk stone fireplace. Water views are from every room in the house. This is the first time on the market, by original owner. It has been featured on HGTV and in the film, Innocence. It is adjacent to a preserve, which makes this home a very unique offering. The best Montauk has to offer. Exclusive.
Contact: Patti LeberPhone: 631.258.5111Price: $5,495,000WEB# 50352