Beachy bungalow in Montauk has modern interiors and cute backyard for $1.7M

Beachy bungalow in Montauk has modern interiors and cute backyard for $1.7M

February 22, 2022

All photos courtesy of The Corcoran Group

Just moments from the hub of the hamlet of Montauk, this charming Hamptons cottage offers a quaint and quiet escape without sacrificing convenience. The two-bedroom home, located on Fort Pond at 100 Edgemere Street, feels like a beachy bungalow due to its relaxed layout and use of natural textures but is still stylish enough to entertain and host visitors. The home is now available for $1,695,000.

Although the cottage measures just 800 square feet, extra space comes in the form of a front yard, a private backyard, and a covered side patio. There’s even a storage shed in the backyard for the inevitable surfboards and bikes that always accumulate at a home like this one.

Inside, the attractive living and dining area boasts tall ceilings, white-washed walls and wood floors, and lots of natural light. Following a recent modernization, the cottage has central AC and Bluetooth audio hookup in every room. A loft space in this room fits a full mattress.

The well-equipped chef’s kitchen features Viking appliances, including a wine fridge. Open cabinets and wood countertops provide a relaxed feel but are still totally modern.

Next to the kitchen in the corner of the home is a sun-drenched dining area, which allows for both a more formal setting and a casual one because of the windowed bench seating. Behind rustic barn doors, there’s more storage and an LG washer/dryer.

The two bedrooms each have private access to the backyard. The primary suite has an en-suite bath with his-and-her sinks and a windowed standing shower.

The backyard has plenty of space to lounge, dine, and gather around the fire pit, ideal for any summer get-together. A major draw of the property is its proximity to both the center of Montauk and the coast, allowing you to easily embrace a no-car lifestyle.

[Listing details: 100 Edgemere Street by Constance Tighe of The Corcoran Group]


Photos courtesy of The Corcoran Group

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