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By Grace Cassidy - September 20, 2019

Entenmann Property In Montauk Finds A Buyer

The Entenmann property on Lake Montauk has found a buyer after five years on the market, reports Behind the Hedges. Back in 2014, the four-parcel compound spanning nearly 7 acres in size was listed for $24.95 million, but that price has come down significantly since then. Most recently, it was on the market for $11,995,000 under Saunders Real Estate agent, Lee Minetree. The property includes two lots that are zoned for commercial use, and two lots that are residential. A two-bedroom cottage with access to a dock and private beach is sited on one of the residential properties, while another features a barn, a two-bedroom apartment, a commercial deepwater dock, a packing house, an office, and another cottage. The other two properties are undeveloped. According to BTH, the Entenmann family ran a tuna packing business from the property. [Behind the Hedges, Saunders]

Briar Patch Mansion In Contract After 10 Years

The 10,000-square-foot estate at 73 Briar Patch Road in the tony Georgica section of East Hampton originally came on the market for the first time in 2009 for $19.95 million before increasing its price just months later to $21.5 million. Since then, the price of the home has plummeted, most recently on the market for $9.9 million with Bespoke Real Estate. Earlier this month, a contract was finally signed on the home. Zillow estimates that the home is worth about $7.8 million, so we’re curious as to whether or not it will sell for close to ask. Either way, buyers are getting a beautiful home sited on nearly 1.5 acres of land with views over an adjacent 17-acre nature conservancy. Designed by architect Peter Cook, the home includes six bedrooms, seven full bathrooms, two half bathrooms, a double-height living room, hardwood floors, floor-to-ceiling walls of glass, a gourmet kitchen, and a marble fireplace in the master suite. Outside, there’s an infinity edge pool, a hot tub, a pool house, and an outdoor shower. [Bespoke]

Shingled Amagansett Getaway Is Yours For Under $1M

Homes under $1 million in the Hamptons are hard to come by. Homes in a good location are even harder to come by in that price range. This shingled Amagansett home at 30 Grove Street is asking just $895,000, and it sited just a half-mile from Amagansett’s Main Street, and just over a mile from the ocean at Indian Wells Beach. The interior could benefit from a facelift, but it’s in good shape. The house is 1,000-square-foot in size with three bedrooms and two bathrooms on 0.23 acres of land. Features include an open floor plan, white wood flooring, stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, and high cathedral ceilings in the master bedroom. According to the listing, there’s room for a pool in the backyard. Kammy and Phelan Wolf from Sotheby’s International Realty represent the listing. [Sotheby’s]

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