David Adjaye-Designed Montauk House Now $10 Million Cheaper


This oceanfront Montauk property is owned by art collector Adam Lindemann. When he purchased the nearby Eothen, Andy Warhol’s old estate, in 2015, he put this place on the market asking $29.5 million. The price has been gradually dropping ever since then, and now is asking $20 million.

Designed by starchitect David Adjaye, the house, high on the Montauk bluffs, blends a traditional exterior with a modern interior. The house, repped by Christopher Stewart, Michael Lorber, Noble Black, and Andrea Wohl Lucas at Douglas Elliman, is a spacious 8000 square feet, with six bedrooms and 8.5 baths. The great room is enormous, lined with shiny wood and with a tall two-sided fireplace.

There’s also a master bedroom with all the appeal of a coffin. (We kid. Sort of. We’d be having claustrophobia heebie jeebies in that room.)

We’d be painting those ceilings white immediately. What looks like a basement playroom is pretty cute, though.

The six acre plot of course features a pool and spa, and naturally, the views are incomparable. It’s nice to be high up on the bluffs, but the nearby beach isn’t sandy, which is a bummer.

What do you think? Will the place move at its new price?

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