A modern home in the East Hampton, N.Y., hamlet of Montauk, with ocean views from nearly every room, closed Thursday for $14 million, Mansion Global learned.
The 7,300-square-foot home was listed for $14.5 million to Douglas Elliman, whose agents represent both sides of the deal. The sale price marks the highest amount ever paid for a non-waterfront single-family home in Montauk, according to the agency concerned and his Multiple Listing Service records.
Co-listing agent Kyle Rothko said the sale price “speaks to Montauk’s appeal to luxury buyers.” .”
There have been multiple bids for the property, Rothko said, and declined to comment on the buyer or seller who has owned the property since 1998 and the new modern home custom was built in 2014. No comments were received.
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Perched on nearly an acre at 125 feet above sea level, this home features 6 bedrooms, 6 full and 2 half bathrooms, an open concept kitchen and living room, formal dining room, gym and wet bar. , there is enough space. According to the list, home theater, storage and other equipment.
Designer interior finishes include marble countertops, gas fireplaces, Siberian oak floors, raw wood accent walls, and wooden ceilings. Glass walls let in abundant natural light and unobstructed ocean views from nearly every room, Listing said.
The exterior of the home features clean, straight lines as opposed to the curved staircase and vaulted staircase inside, as shown in the listing photos.
Outdoors, there’s an approximately 2,500-square-foot sandblasted Carrara marble patio, a 45-foot-long heated gunite pool, and a 1,745-square-foot rooftop deck with fire pit.
According to Zillow, Montauk’s most expensive sale was a 6,500-square-foot home on 20 acres that sold for $23.6 million last December.
Rosko worked with colleagues Marcy Braun and Daniel Mckay and the Fredrik Eklund/John Gomes team, also at Douglas Elliman, on the deal.