Saunders & Associates is proud to announce the sale of Dick Cavett’s Montauk home. With a last asking price of $28.5 million, the home sold for $23.6 million, the highest trade in Montauk so far this year, and the buyer was represented by Saunders & Associates brokers Krae Van Sickle and Lylla Carter.
The home, Tick Hall, is one of the iconic Seven Sisters in Montauk designed by Stanford White. The original home was built in 1882, and destroyed by fire in 1997. Mr. Cavett rebuilt it in accordance with its original design, after extensive research. The home seamlessly blends modern amenities with historic charm, providing 6,500+/- sq. ft. of living space with 6 bedrooms and 4 baths. Situated on the easternmost end of the area now known as the Montauk Association, the property includes 900 feet of ocean frontage and is adjacent to almost 200 acres of preserve. Wraparound porches capture the breathtaking views; a screened-in porch is especially delightful. Mr. Cavett owned the home for over 50 years.
Saunders & Associates is the largest locally owned and operated brokerage firm in the Hamptons, with $2.3 Billion sold and rented in 2020. Saunders & Associates’ unique model for getting our listings seen and sold continues to capture market share and establish new performance milestones.
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