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Celebrities, Hamptons, Recent Sales

16 Cliff Drive and 8 Old Montauk Highway, And Warhol Montauk Compound. andy warhol compound, andy warhol mansion, andy warhol estate, andy warhol compound, andy warhol montauk

“I knew Andy in the early 1980s as a very young man, and I’m a collector of his work . . . I’m very lucky to have this opportunity to live out this dream. It’s a work of art.” This is what billionaire art collector and Upper East Side gallery owner Adam Lindemann told the Post regarding going into contract on Andy Warhol’s $85 million former Montauk estate and equestrian farm.

Warhol bought the 30-acre compound, known as “Eothen,” in 1972 along with filmmaker friend Paul Morrissey for a mere $225,000, putting Montauk on the map as an A-list retreat on par with the East End. As 6sqft reported when the listing hit the market in June, “For years, the artist used the compound as a city retreat, entertaining friends and luminaries that included Jackie Onassis, Mick Jagger, Elizabeth Taylor and John Lennon. Back then, guests of Warhol enjoyed 600 feet of private oceanfront and 24 acres on the bluffs overlooking the ocean.” And now Lindemann, whose fortune comes from his father George Lindemann‘s success in pharmaceuticals and pipeline companies, can try to relive these glory days.

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Celebrities, Cool Listings, Hamptons

Julianne Moore Montauk house, NYC celebrity real estate, Hamptons celebrity homes, Montauk real estate

According to Curbed Hamptons, Oscar-winning actress Julianne Moore has listed her charming, pond-front Montauk home for $3,495,000. The lovely and surprisingly understated compound comes complete with a 1,000-square-foot cottage, gunite pool and pool cabana, and .69 acres of landscaped property overlooking Fort Pond.

Check out the A-list home here

Architecture, Getting Away, Hamptons, Interiors

Montauk Lake House designer by Robert Young Architecture & Interiors

There is no shortage of colossal poolside palaces in the Hamptons — it is, after all, where many of New York’s rich and famous go to party and play during the dog days of summer. But for those who live in the area full-time — like the growing family of this Montauk lake house — they need homes that are as functional as they are pretty.

Take a quick escape to the lakefront property

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