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For sale: Oak Beach home in Gilgo mystery

The home at 8 The Fairway on Oak

The home at 8 The Fairway on Oak Beach, where Joseph Brewer allegedly met Shannan Gilbert who advertised on Craigslist as an escort. Gilbert was last seen in the Oak Beach community in May and is the subject of a missing person investigation that led police to find four bodies in the Oak Beach area. (Dec. 15, 2010) (Credit: James Carbone)

The Oak Beach house from which an escort was seen running before her disappearance is up for sale.

According to real estate records, the two story wood-paneled beach house at 8 The Fairway was originally listed for $439,000.

The price was reduced to $399,999 in September.

Netter Real Estate, a realty based in West Islip, first listed the property March 8. The 2,400-square-foot house has three bedrooms, three bathrooms and a full finished basement and is described as a “unique home with complete privacy" with "views of inlet to the south and Great South Bay to the north.”

The first floor features a living room, a dining room, an eat-in kitchen and two bedrooms along with a full bath. There’s a master bedroom with a full bath and a deck on the second floor. There is a private entrance to the basement, which features a family room, a laundry room and a full bath.

Annual property taxes will run $15,525.89, and an additional $3,200 a year in rent goes to Babylon because the 100-by-178-foot land the home sits on is owned by the town.

Shannan Gilbert, 24, of Jersey City, was last seen May 1, 2010, running from the home. Her disappearance sparked the discovery of 10 bodies in the Gilgo Beach area. Gilbert had been summoned by homeowner Joseph Brewer, who police say is not a suspect.

Tags: Netter Real Estate , Oak Beach , crime , Shannan Gilbert , Joseph Brewer , Town of Babylon

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