Shelter Island’s Ram’s Head Inn up for sale again with $9.75M price tag

TRD New York /
Jan.January 16, 2019 11:07 AM

The 90-year-old Ram’s Head Inn on Shelter Island, which also contains a restaurant and venue, has hit the market for $9.75 million, Curbed reported. The 12,000-square-foot inn has a three-story Colonial-style manor house with 22 rooms; indoor and outdoor events spaces; a 110-seat restaurant and a 5,000-square-foot unfinished basement. The 4.3-acre property at 108 Ram Island Drive also has an all-weather tennis court, regulation-sized bocce court, deep water docks, eight moorings and 800 feet of west-facing water frontage on Coecles Harbor. There is another 2.5 buildable acres that could be added to the purchase, according to Curbed, which did have a confirmed price for the additional parcel. Peter Humphrey of Douglas Elliman has the listing. The inn had previously tapped the Corcoran Group when it listed for nearly $12 million in January 2017. Marcus & Millichap then took over the listing later that year after the compound took a $1 million price cut. James and Linda Eklund of Shelter Island-based Reich/Eklund Construction have owned the inn for the past 37 years. [Curbed]


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