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What $4M buys you in Montauk right now

What $4M buys you in Montauk right now

This week’s Curbed Comparisons looks at Montauk

Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can buy or rent for a certain price in the Hamptons.

Today’s price: $ 4 million in Montauk.


280 Soundview Drive: $ 3.995M

280 Soundview Drive: Photos courtesy of Compass

The most expensive home that we’re featuring here was built back in 1950 and stands 1,500 square feet with two bedrooms and two bathrooms on 0.88 acres of land. Sited in the northern neighborhood of Culloden Point, the bayfront home is right on the water and has direct beach access on Fort Pond Bay.

The property has room for expansion if the 1,500-square-foot home is too small.


351 East Lake Drive: $ 3.95M

351 E Lake Drive: Photos courtesy of Saunders

This ’60s home with water views is twice the size of the previous home at 3,000 square feet. There are four bedrooms and three bathrooms inside the home as well as an open floorplan, vaulted ceilings, skylights, and a fireplace that overlooks Lake Montauk.

In addition to water views, the exterior features a sun deck with an electric awning and water access from the rear yard.


26 Wills Point Road: $ 3.6M

26 Wills Point Road: Photos courtesy of Saunders

Also in the Culloden Point neighborhood, this home may be slightly less expensive, but it’s a much larger 5,740 square feet in size with four bedrooms and six and a half bathrooms inside on 1.42 acres of land. And though it may not be waterfront, there are distant water views from the second-level master suite. The other three bedrooms are also ensuite and feature walk-in closets, while the master and one additional bedroom both have private balconies.

There are two marble countertop islands in the kitchen, a sun porch, a formal living room with a fireplace, and French doors that lead outside. The exteriors host an outdoor shower, stone patios, a three-car garage, and a heated gunite pool.


114 Glenmore Avenue: $ 3.299M

114 Glenmore Avenue: Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman

Though this is the least expensive home we’re featuring, it also the largest—with 6,248 square feet of living space, this home has five bedrooms and seven bathrooms. Built in 2008, the home has a large gourmet kitchen, an open floorplan, and zen rooms (according to the listing).

A second-story balcony offers views of the surrounding landscape, while 1.8 acres of land allow room for a pool. The two-car garage hast a loft with a full bathroom upstairs for extra space.


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