Waterfront townhomes to replace Miller Place beach club after $1.3M sale

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Apr.April 15, 2019 04:25 PM

Rocky Point-based developer Landmark Properties bought The Miller Beach Surf Club at 23 Harbor Beach Road in Miller Place for $1.25 million and plans to build four waterfront townhouses there, Long Island Business News reported. The Surf Club was founded in the 1950s as a private club and eventually became a catering venue for weddings and other events in 2006. The business, however, shuttered in 2016. It then hit the market the following year seeking nearly $1.4 million. The Suffolk County property spans five acres. Construction of the townhomes, which will have views of the Long Island Sound, is expected to being later this year. Kyle Markott of Markott Realty Group represented both the buyer and seller, Miller Bch Surf Cl Inc. Markott will also be the listing agent once the homes are built. [LIBN]


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