A Classic Stone and Shingle-Style House High On A Bluff, Overlooking Fort Pond Bay, Montauk, New York

30-Wills-Point-Rd-Beate-Moore-Sothebys-International-Realty

(ABOVE) The home’s ample porches and patios have preserve and water views.


With 5,000 square feet of living area, this Montauk, New York, home looks out over 96 acres of preserve, and Fort Pond Bay and Block Island Sound beyond.  It offers six bedrooms, six and one-half baths, a den with custom bar, wine tasting room, gym, three-story gazebo, and attached three-car garage, among other features.

Listed at $8.999 million, the house is located on 1.7 gated acres.  For more photographs and details, see Beate Moore, Sotheby’s International Realty-Bridgehampton Brokerage. ~JLJBackToClassic.com

30-Wills-Point-Rd-Beate-Moore-Sothebys-International-Realty

30-Wills-Point-Rd-Beate-Moore-Sothebys-International-Realty

(ABOVE) The den, which features a fireplace and bar, and gorgeous views of the bay.

30-Wills-Point-Rd-Beate-Moore-Sothebys-International-Realty

(ABOVE AND BELOW) Although I think white-painted wood (rather than stone) trim would be warmer, I love the kitchen.

30-Wills-Point-Rd-Beate-Moore-Sothebys-International-Realty

30-Wills-Point-Rd-Beate-Moore-Sothebys-International-Realty

30-Wills-Point-Rd-Beate-Moore-Sothebys-International-Realty

(ABOVE) On the third floor of the gazebo, rustic rope and dock cleats hold back curtains.  How cute and clever!

30-Wills-Point-Rd-Beate-Moore-Sothebys-International-Realty

30-Wills-Point-Rd-Beate-Moore-Sothebys-International-Realty

30-Wills-Point-Rd-Beate-Moore-Sothebys-International-Realty

(ABOVE) Decorative marble inserts rim the master bath, as well as create a bath-rug effect in front of each sink.

30-Wills-Point-Rd-Beate-Moore-Sothebys-International-Realty

30-Wills-Point-Rd-Beate-Moore-Sothebys-International-Realty

30-Wills-Point-Rd-Beate-Moore-Sothebys-International-Realty

30-Wills-Point-Rd-Beate-Moore-Sothebys-International-Realty

All photographs via Beate Moore, Sotheby’s International Realty-Bridgehampton Brokerage.

4 comments on A Classic Stone and Shingle-Style House High On A Bluff, Overlooking Fort Pond Bay, Montauk, New York

  1. Gail
    March 9, 2016 at 12:04 am (1 year ago)

    Absolutely, incredibly gorgeous home. I prefer the stone in the kitchen because it’s so different. I will definitely look it up because I would love to see more of the common areas. The room on the other side of the kitchen looks fantastic. Thanks for sharing, Janis!

    Reply
    • JLJ
      March 9, 2016 at 10:02 am (1 year ago)

      I’m glad to know what you think about the stone trim in the kitchen, Gail. It’s fun to hear other opinions. Thank you so much for commenting! ~Janis

      Reply
  2. sandy davis
    March 9, 2016 at 3:27 pm (1 year ago)

    I need your fashion sense. I’ve been invited to a benefit tomorrow evening and the attire is “business” along with a request to wear something green. I have a sweater set in green and I have a green sweater tunic. Not sure what to pair with it. Any suggestions?

    Reply
    • JLJ
      March 9, 2016 at 5:13 pm (1 year ago)

      Hi Sandy! What about ivory pants and nude or ivory heels and matching or gold bag? The green would look good with black pants, too–with black heels and maybe a gold little clutch or bag?

      Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Comment *