Don’t name it trailer trash.
Spanning simply 600 sq. ft, a single-wide trailer in Montauk — a well-liked seashore vacation spot within the ritzy Hamptons — has hit the marketplace for a cool $1.1 million.
With two bedrooms and one lavatory, the upside is that the property is simply ft from the Atlantic Ocean.
“Yr spherical ocean entrance residing for the browsing, fishing or seashore going fanatic,” the itemizing boasts.
Pegged as a “seashore cottage,” options embody a deck sufficiently big for outside eating with direct seashore entry, a heated group pool, a backyard and a close-by clubhouse for recreation.
In the course of the summer season months, the unit, inbuilt 1975, was beforehand listed for lease, asking a whopping $15,000 a month.
And in the event you’re pondering these worth factors are only a post-pandemic phenomenon, suppose once more.
Situated in town’s southeastern edge, the world has lured in big-name, and deep-pocketed, folks reminiscent of Jimmy Buffet, who as soon as bought right into a bidding warfare over beachfront mobile home.
That stated, the trailer park group on the Montauk Shores has grow to be an uncommon standing image for the ultra-wealthy.
Vitaminwater co-founder Darius Bikoff, hedge-fund supervisor Dan Loeb and movie producer Karen Lauder have all invested in a trailer locally.
“I do know fairly a couple of billionaires right here,” Fred Stelle, resident and architect in Montauk beforehand instructed The Submit. “Essentially the most interesting facet is the park’s high quality of life. It’s a traditional throwback to a summer season group — relaxed and low-key in a cool method, like what Southern California will need to have been like within the Fifties, and it’s secure for youths.”
Prior to now 12 months alone, at the very least 10 cell houses have offered between $675,000 and $1.4 million. And trailers nearer to the seashore are much more costly.
Betsy Cronley of the Corcoran Group holds the itemizing.