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Amagansett Oceanfront Sells For $21 Million

authorStaff Writer on May 19, 2020

An oceanfront Amagansett property recently changed hands for $21 million, though there is no listing of the property to be found.

The address, 189 Marine Boulevard, had been the site of a 2,600-square-foot beach house built in 1941. It last sold in 2016 for $9.95 million, according to Zillow. A 2018 application with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, called for demolishing the existing dwelling, patio, driveway, retaining wall and septic system, in order to build a new residence with new decking, a new sanitary system, a new driveway and a new pool. An existing 1,306-square-foot cottage was to stay in place, but with a new driveway and septic.

The seller was Otis CMS Real Estate Holdings LLC and the buyer was 189 Marine LLC, according to The Real Estate Report Inc.

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