Upon driving onto this gracious 5.92 acre Montauk property you know you have entered a truly magical location in the Hamptons. From the front porch that harkens to another time, to the shingled exterior, to the grand scale of this unique 3-story home, one is compelled to go inside. This is the original Ditch Plains Coast Guard Station built in 1930. You will be captivated by the old world charm of the wood floors, large crown moldings and beautiful staircase. This home offers 3 floors of living. The main floor has a large living room with a wood burning fireplace, formal dining room leading to an eat-in kitchen, den, guest bath and laundry room. Make your way to the second floor to find a balcony set off the front of the home with views of Lake Montauk, the master suite with a private bath and 2 additional guest bedrooms and bath. The third floor provides distant ocean views of Ditch Plains and is composed of an office, 2 bedrooms and a bath. The house is perfectly perched south of the highway on 6 acres and is part of the Montauk historic district of the famous Seven Sisters built by Stanford White. This stately home comes complete with a pool permit as well as an approved landscape site redevelopment plan. Call for a private viewing.
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