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176 Deforest Road

$48,500,000
Annual Taxes $51,905
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Transportation
Coast
Essentials
Price $48,500,000
Style Traditional
Bedrooms 6
Bathrooms 4
Stories 3 or more
Approx. Sq. Ft. 7,000
Acreage 19.8
Year Built 2000
Key Features
South Of The Highway
Oceanfront
Pool
Central Air
Finished Basement
Formal Dining Room
Library

Envision land encompassing 20 private oceanfront acres offering both sunrises and sunsets. Next, imagine a dramatic cliff with a staircase down to a private shoreline stretching 900 feet along one of the most pristine soft, sandy beaches. Then, picture a compound anchored by a 7,000 +/- SF Stanford White designed summer cottage with classic wrap around porch from where you can watch ships come and go past an iconic lighthouse. Dream of the beautiful pool that lies just out of sight down a winding path past flowering gardens under a canopy of shady trees. Conjure up an expansive pond, beautiful orchards, indigenous wild life and miles of walking trails to enjoy it all. No, not the promo for some exotic vacation destination (or maybe it is). And not the location for the next Pirate movie (but it could be). Nor is it the secluded haunt of some mysterious mega mogul (at least not currently). What is it exactly? Simply put, it is the most beautiful and compelling oceanfront property now available for sale in the Hamptons today. Cavett's Cove is located on the easternmost end of an enclave of seven homes designed by McKim, Mead & White and sited by Frederick Law Olmsted in the early 1880s that became part of the Montauk Association. This cluster of homes for wealthy New Yorkers later became known as the Seven Sisters. This 20 acre estate is home to an historic 3 story residence with a finished lower level that was painstakingly rebuilt to mirror the original structure but with today's amenities after a tragic fire destroy it in the late 1990's by current owner, talk show host Dick Cavett who purchased the property some 30 years earlier. Bordered to the east by nearly 200 acres of oceanside parkland along 2,200 ft of coastline, the estate offers a rare combination of history, natural beauty, privacy and a remarkable house from which to savor it all. Now back on the market after a brief hiatus with a new compelling price, Cavett's Cove, although secluded, is just minutes away from restaurants, private airport, marinas, renowned golf courses and everything else that makes the very eastern tip of Long Island a world class destination. Contact us today for your private tour of this spectacular offering.

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The last of five towns that span the East End of Long Island, Montauk is often affectionately referred to as "the last resort."
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176 Deforest Road
Essentials
Price $48,500,000
Annual Taxes $51,905
Style Traditional
Bedrooms 6
Bathrooms 4
Stories 3 or more
Approx. Sq. Ft. 7,000
Acreage 19.8
Year Built 2000

Envision land encompassing 20 private oceanfront acres offering both sunrises and sunsets. Next, imagine a dramatic cliff with a staircase down to a private shoreline stretching 900 feet along one of the most pristine soft, sandy beaches. Then, picture a compound anchored by a 7,000 +/- SF Stanford White designed summer cottage with classic wrap around porch from where you can watch ships come and go past an iconic lighthouse. Dream of the beautiful pool that lies just out of sight down a winding path past flowering gardens under a canopy of shady trees. Conjure up an expansive pond, beautiful orchards, indigenous wild life and miles of walking trails to enjoy it all. No, not the promo for some exotic vacation destination (or maybe it is). And not the location for the next Pirate movie (but it could be). Nor is it the secluded haunt of some mysterious mega mogul (at least not currently). What is it exactly? Simply put, it is the most beautiful and compelling oceanfront property now available for sale in the Hamptons today. Cavett's Cove is located on the easternmost end of an enclave of seven homes designed by McKim, Mead & White and sited by Frederick Law Olmsted in the early 1880s that became part of the Montauk Association. This cluster of homes for wealthy New Yorkers later became known as the Seven Sisters. This 20 acre estate is home to an historic 3 story residence with a finished lower level that was painstakingly rebuilt to mirror the original structure but with today's amenities after a tragic fire destroy it in the late 1990's by current owner, talk show host Dick Cavett who purchased the property some 30 years earlier. Bordered to the east by nearly 200 acres of oceanside parkland along 2,200 ft of coastline, the estate offers a rare combination of history, natural beauty, privacy and a remarkable house from which to savor it all. Now back on the market after a brief hiatus with a new compelling price, Cavett's Cove, although secluded, is just minutes away from restaurants, private airport, marinas, renowned golf courses and everything else that makes the very eastern tip of Long Island a world class destination. Contact us today for your private tour of this spectacular offering.

South Of The Highway
Oceanfront
Pool
Central Air
Finished Basement
Formal Dining Room
Library
Montauk
Living in Montauk
The last of five towns that span the East End of Long Island, Montauk is often affectionately referred to as "the last resort."
Explore Montauk
Transportation
Coast