The Real Deal New York

20-acre waterfront compound on Shelter Island lists for $14.2M

October 17, 2018 12:05PM

Five empty parcels making up a waterfront compound on Shelter Island have hit the market for a total $14.2 million, Curbed reported. The five parcels, which total up to 20 acres, are also available separately. Three of the pieces of the compound are listed for $8.7 million each. Two others, which are connected by a creek, are listed for $5.5 million. In 1915, painter Henry Cooke White bought the compound along with another 30 acres on the island, and five generations of descendants had been using the properties ever since, according to Curbed. Seth Madore of the Corcoran Group is representing the properties. [Curbed]