This award-winning Modern oceanfront compound is located at 230 and 234 Old Montauk Highway in Montauk, NY and is perched on a 75 foot bluff above the Montauk shoreline and offers spectacular ocean views. It was designed by renowned architect James Biber FAIA of Biber Architects and Pentagram Design. It was built in 2006 and is situated on over 4 acres of land with a main house and a guest house.. The 7,600 square foot main house boasts a gourmet kitchen, 2 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, dining room, sunken living room, interior walkway, 2nd floor sitting room with roof top deck, gym, home theater, wine cellar and more. The 2,400 square foot guest house hovers above the ground and boasts 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, eat-in kitchen, lounge and continuous outside deck. The property has 2 indoor fireplaces, 3 outdoor fireplaces, heated gunite infinity edge swimming pool, Jacuzzi and an outdoor shower. There is a path that leads to 300 feet of sandy beach.

The home was first on the market back in 2007 for $35 million. It was re-listed in March of this year for $29 million. It is now on the market for $25,000,000.

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  • Grrrowler

    I wanted to like this one, but I just can’t do it. I’m not a fan of mid-century modern and this is a rather uninteresting recreation of that style. Because so much of it seems re-hashed, I don’t see it as architecturally groundbreaking. The location is to die for however, although I’m guessing it will probably go for about $20 million by the time a deal is done. I do like the theater, but I’d need something other than bean bags to sit on/in. Not all of us are 18 anymore and need a little more than styrofoam pellets to sit on!




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  • Hugh

    I like it. Its my kind of beach house. But it is a bit too modern and abstract for me. I’m more of a modern minimalist. Straight lines, plain colors.
    Quite frankly the theater room scares me!

    I particularly like the elevation from the ocean in Montauk.
    And the price is pretty good now.

    But only 2 bedrooms in the main house?
    So if i have 2 kids one has to sleep in the guest house?




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  • Charlie

    This house is quite a fashion statement. But like all fashion, it is so ugly that it will need to be changed soon.




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    • Charlie

      “Fashion is merely a form of ugliness so unbearable that we are compelled to alter it ever six months.” – Oscar Wilde




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  • Venom

    I am with Grrrowler.
    I wanted to like it but I can’t.
    I do like the theater but it is a novelty and not a real theater that is usable by adults.

    I just don’t see the point in paying $20+ million for a house on a beach that is not warm all throughout the year and I don’t even think that ocean is swimmable.
    If I am going to pay that kind of money for a vacation home, it is going to be in the Caribbean or Hawaii. If you have that kind of money, you are only a short private charter jet flight away from your vacation home.




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    • Barney

      Oh TRUST me, Venom…..for THAT price, the Atlantic IS, and had BETTER be, eminently swimmable! The mega-rich still do like to swim in the ocean when their homes are right on it.




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  • Daniel

    Pass for me. I do like the living room though.




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  • Mak

    Me no likee. Nope. Feels dated already. When I was growing up (70s-80’s), my parents had a modern house in Vermont and this feels very much like it. Beanbag chairs? Seriously?

    Getting to Montauk is a PITA anyway, so where’s the helipad? For this kind of money, I need a helipad.




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  • Barney

    ME LIKEE, BIG BIG BIG TIME!!!

    This place is a MASTERPIECE, albeit an truly incomplete one with ONLY TWO BEDROOMS in the main house?!? WTF!?!? i adore the period-correct mid-century themE throughout, the inset, corner windows (in field stone columns no less!) the use of primary colors, the furniture, rugs, art, etc. etc. etc. I could be VERY happy here, during the entirely-all-too-short Montauk, Atlantic Ocean summers, but that’s just the problem. Like Venom says, even if I could easily afford FIVE homes in that psycho price range, I really don’t think I’d spend it on one that I could really only comfortably use during 3 to possibly 4 months of the year. But WITH at least two more bedrooms carved outta’ the main house………it’d be PERFECT, except for locale. GORGEOUS!!!




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  • T Man

    My eyes! They can not unsee.




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    • Barney

      GIVE me a break, T Man……it’s not ANYwhere near THAT bad!




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  • richvanc

    The ONLY thing I like on this page is the Oscar Wilde quotation (I’m a big fan of all that Wilde wrote). And the North Atlantic is COLD year-round. I know, I’ve swum in it.No, me no likee either.




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  • richvanc

    And, Barney, I think you need professional help… your taste is damaged somehow 😉




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    • Barney

      EXCUSE me?!

      Said the man who’s “taste” is so tunnel-visioned, stilted, prejudiced, unsophisticated & uneducated that he only thinks that what is attractive is what he’s TOLD is attractive.




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      • rob

        We all think you are attractive Barney! You have pretty eyes!




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        • Barney

          AWWWW….thanks Rob! (He said, not having the slightest idea on what you based that nice, outta-the-blue compliment) I appreciate it 🙂

          I’ve had a REALLY ROTTEN & DEPRESSING thing happen to me today…..and I’m STILL THIS close to rippin’ ANYone a new, bloody one, cuss words in their entirety & all, so richvanc is just ASKing for it if it tries to “fence” verbally with insults towards me any further.




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  • rob

    I like it but just not on this scale. When I think of a modern house I am thinking of a clean urban apartment or a simple house on the beach or in the woods. I am not thinking of a 25 million modern compound. This is just too big for me.




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