A Secluded Waterfront Masterpiece in Montauk Hits the Market for $15.5M

Montauk is known for being an inspiring place that creatives flock to, from Andy Warhol to Mick Jagger. Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent nabbed a cool home in the area just last fall and now there is a new property on the market that may catch a celebrity’s eye. Perched above rugged bluffs, this waterfront haven has an artistic spirit with sculptures sprinkled throughout its three acres and eye-catching architecture. Full of stylish surprises, the property is up for sale asking $15.5 million.

A renovation at the hands of architect Sir David Adjaye, with interiors by Bob Melet, created the masterpiece you see today. The home boasts a rustic, eclectic, yet sleek aesthetic that is mesmerizing. It has an effortless feel with open spaces that blend into each other, yet shows off incredible complexity with a mix of traditional and modern architecture. The shingle-style exterior juxtaposes minimalist, box-like covered patios then inside, walnut wood paneling gives off midcentury vibes while concrete elements are almost futuristic. There is truly a treat for the eyes around every corner.

Beyond alluring style, the 7,500-square-foot haven holds luxurious spaces like the fun-filled lower level. Entertainment central, it offers a billiards room, vintage bar, home theater, and wine cellar. Outside, there are plenty of perks as well with a pool, jacuzzi, and private staircase that leads down the bluff into a protected cove.

On top of all these enticing features, the home is being offered fully furnished, so move-in day will be a breeze. Lori Schiaffino of Compass is the listing agent for this meticulous six-bedroom abode.