Montauk compound with ocean view has price slashed by $2M

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Feb.February 19, 2019 11:25 AM

After seven months on the market, 8 Washington Drive in Montauk has had nearly $2 million shaved off its original ask, bringing its potential purchase price down to nearly $9 million, Curbed reported. The compound, which was designed by architect Robert Lenahan and finished in 2014, has four structures over nearly an acre of property. They include a main house, a two-bedroom guest house, a pool house and a two-car garage. The main house has four ensuite bedrooms that each has a fireplace along with a powder room, dark hardwood floors throughout, an open floor plan, gourmet kitchen, butler’s kitchen and a second-floor master suite with an oceanview terrace. The guest house has three bathrooms, another chef’s kitchen and living room. The listing is shared by Jackie Lowey of Saunders & Associates, Nancy Keeshan of Compass and Gabriella Portella of Corcoran. [Curbed]


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