Two motels trade in Montauk as the spring selling season heats up

TRD New York /
Mar.March 27, 2019 01:34 PM

Could vacationers have new hospitality options in Montauk by this summer? Harrington Property Associates sold Gosman’s Culloden House Motel at 540 West Lake Drive to an LLC for $3.47 million. That property, located next to Montauk’s famous Gosman’s Dock seafood restaurant, sits on about 0.72 acres. Harrington Property Associates also sold 17 Soundview Drive to an LLC for $3.42 million. The property, which is classified as a motel according to PropertyShark records, was owned by Harrington and Roberta Gosman — eldest child of the founders of the eponymous restaurant — who died last May at 85. She had managed Gosman’s Dock, served for seven years on the East Hampton Town Planning Board and was an ardent supporter of local arts. [27east]


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