Located across from a tranquil pond and two blocks from a private sandy beach, this bright and beautiful open concept home is a magical place to spend a few days (or, ideally, weeks). Designed in the 1960s by modernist architect Andrew Geller, this just-renovated house is a well-designed combination of original mid-century accents and modern amenities. Boasting huge windows, cathedral ceilings and new hardwood floors throughout, the house has 2.5 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, a wonderful outdoor shower, a year-round fireplace, a large deck, a twinkly al fresco dining area—and a resident bunny rabbit who comes out at dusk and dawn. Guests are welcomed (encouraged, actually) to use the beach wagon, bikes and/ or electric scooters for beach trips and/ or coffee / lobster roll / BBC runs at the nearby marina spots. This is, in case you couldn't tell, an especially perfect spot for two couples or a family.
Other amenities and points of interest: All brand new appliances (including full-sized Bosch gas stove, microwave and dishwasher, washer and dryer, a Smart TV, Weber gas grill). Convertible third bedroom with Murphy bed off the living room (hence the ‘2.5’ bedrooms). Central air and heating, as well as ceiling fans. Two bikes and two electric scooters available for guest use. Five minute walk to beach -- and the best sunset watching in all of Montauk. Fifteen minute walk (or five minute bike ride) to the marina restaurants, bars and shops like Swallow East, Salivar's, Gosman's, Goldberg's Bagels, Left Hand Coffee, Westlake Fish House, Liar's Saloon, Lynn's Hula Hut, the Hideaway.