Historic House For Sale
It’s not often a historic house in a magical location comes on the market. Yes, for the right price you can now own a piece of . . . The White House! We’re kidding, of course. The Montauk Ditch Plains Life Saving Station, sitting on almost six acres, is for sale though, and it is worth taking a hard look at.
“As someone who was born in Montauk and raised in Ditch Plains,” said exclusive listing agent Theresa Eurell, Town & Country, “I feel sentimental about this rare property. It reminds me of when life was a little bit slower. I have many memories of the way Ditch used to be and it’s so nice to have that feeling when entering this home.”
Built in 1930, the home was originally known as the Ditch Plains Coast Guard Station. Decommissioned in 1954, the Colonial Revival style building was moved to its current location on Benson Drive, Montauk in 1956. The gable roof, scale, and shingle exterior make it comparable with other homes in the Montauk Historic District. Many original features add to the charm of the home — the roofline, dormers on the front roof, and the front porch with retains the original posts, lintel, cornice, and roof. They don’t make them like this anymore, she said.
Eurell can be reached at the Town & Country Real Estate Montauk office located at One Carl Fisher Plaza for a private viewing or more details.
What’s this, a new glossy real estate magazine? This cannot be! But yes, ‘tis indeed. Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty, one of the nation’s leading realtors, recently entered into a joint custom-publishing and branding opportunity with Sotheby’s International Realty Affiliates LLC and Dow Jones Media Group to present RESIDE.
The new publication is billed as a “custom luxury lifestyle magazine.” The inaugural issue of the quarterly magazine was published this month and will be distributed in Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty’s home market, as well as in markets across the nation.
In addition to original lifestyle content created by the Dow Jones Media Group, readers of RESIDE will find content provided by Sotheby’s International Realty and the Sotheby’s auction house, and a showcase of homes represented by Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty and other Sotheby’s International Realty affiliates.
There’s still time as of this writing to nab a six-bedroom playhouse on the water in Noyac for the season, offering every amenity and a crisp American Craftsman style.
Sitting on Payne’s Creek, the contemporary house is designed for fun, featuring a “sport pool” with a waterfall for volleyball and other games, hot tub, and custom stainless barbecue. There’s a rolling lawn to a deep-water dock with water hook up and two 30-amp power stations that can comfortably accommodate two vessels up to 40 feet — giving access to Sag Harbor Bay and beyond.
The Bill Williams Team at Compass has the listing. Asking prices: $170,000 July/August 2018; $75,000 July 2018; $95,000 August 2018.
By the way, Larry Zimmerman of Compass has some nice properties available for rent in the Northwest area of East Hampton. His cell is 516-356-6604.