A home on Lake Montauk for just $500K? Here's why
7 days ago - By The Real Deal New York
The East End market is as hot as it has ever been, but a lakefront property in Montauk can be yours for the low price of $500,000 - if you're willing to compromise on space, according to Behind the Hedges. Unit 3 at the Outrigger co-op complex on East Lake Drive just went up for sale with that price tag, making it the cheapest listing on Lake Montauk and one of the least expensive in
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