Montauk, NY 11954
Year Built: 1969
Interior: 1,100 sq. ft. (approx.)
Land: 0.17 acres (approx.)
Web #: 0048030
Folio #: 79568
EH RR #: 18-270
It was in fact all about the details when Amagansett architect Bruce Engel reimagined 57 Pinetree for its Brooklyn based artist and producer owners. Sexy black framed deck openings, birch ply interior mill work, and a signature cedar privacy screen all combine to create an atmosphere that feels elevated and removed. That's all very interesting but you want to come to Montauk to unplug and have a good time. Upon arriving at the house guests are welcomed with complimentary bottles of South Fork rose and El Tinieblo mezcal to enjoy on the deck under the canopy of the cherry tree or at the end of the road at the private beach. Yes, the beach. Stroll six minutes from the house and find calm water swimming by day and skinny-dipping by moonlight. Fully relax and leave your car if you wish. Jump on a Dutch style cruiser and bike to nearby Gosman's, Salivar's or Swallow East for drinks and the best chowder and sushi in Montauk. Liar's Saloon is also close for late night fun. Goldberg's Bagels and Lefthand Coffee for brunch supplies; groceries, beer and sunblock, all of it close. Surfers are stocked because Ditch Plains is only a 10 minute drive bypassing town. Guests may use the Robert August longboard or Channel Island Pod Mod, easy entry boards. 2 bedroom, 1 queen bed, 2 twin or 1 king, 1.5 bath, outdoor shower, living room sleeper, Aero-mattress, sleeps 6, fireplace, outdoor fire pit, grill.
Guest Premiums: Complimentary bottles of El Tinieblo Mezcal and South Fork rose, 4 bikes, 2 surf boards.