North Haven’s Tyndal Point is on the market again, this time as a short-term rental. The 55-acre waterfront peninsula, which billionaire real estate investor Jeffrey Greene purchased a few months ago for $36 million, is now available for 7 weeks at $475,000.
Greene, who lives in Florida full-time, tells Newsday that Tyndal Point “is his favorite place in the whole world. It’s pristine. I feel very lucky to have custody of this land. People think they own real estate, but they just hold custody of it. I am lucky to have custody of it for my brief time on Earth.”
Greene, whose wife is expecting a baby soon, will be back home in Florida for the birth of the child, but the family plans on spending time each year at the North Haven estate. Tyndal Point, with 3,000 feet of shoreline, has views of Shelter Island, Sag Harbor and East Hampton's Northwest Harbor. There are three homes and two deepwater docks, a pond, orchards and several trails on the estate.
The property is available from Aug. 13 through Sept. 30, and is listed with Gary DePersia of The Corcoran Group. Included in the rental price is Summerwind, a fully crewed, 145-foot yacht, as well as a 30-foot twin-engine fishing boat, jet skis and two all-terrain vehicles.
DePersia says the property will afford the renter the “flexibility to choose whether they want to spend their time on land or water … It’s a total Hamptons experience.”