The asking price for a modern glass-and-steel home atop a 75-foot bluff overlooking the Montauk shoreline was recently reduced to $19.5 million. It had been listed for $25 million.
The house and adjacent guesthouse, built in 2006, were designed by renowned architect James Biber of Biber Architects, whose designs include the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee and the Button and Needle kiosk in Manhattan’s fashion district.
The compound is on a 4-acre parcel with a private path leading down to 300 feet of oceanfront beach, according to the listing with Paul Brennan and Ronald White of Prudential Douglas Elliman Real Estate. The 5,000-square-foot main house — with two bedrooms, five baths and open gourmet kitchen — has a step-down living room, where all the glass walls slide open onto the patio. The second level features a rooftop deck off the master bedroom’s lounge.
There’s also a home theater with 22 speakers of surround sound. Outside features are a heated gunite infinity edge pool, Jacuzzi and outdoor shower.
The one-story, elevated 2,400-square-foot guesthouse has two bedrooms, one bath, an eat-in kitchen, lounge and a deck running along three sides of the house.