Single-width trailer in ultra-luxurious Hamptons asks for $1.1 million


Don’t call it trailer trash.

Spanning just 600 square feet, a single-width trailer in Montauk — a popular beach destination in the posh Hamptons — hit the market for a whopping $1.1 million.

With two bedrooms and one bathroom, the advantage is that the property is just steps from the Atlantic Ocean.

“Year-round oceanside living for the surfing, fishing, or beach-goer,” the listing boasts.

Billed as a “beach cottage”, features include a deck large enough for alfresco dining with direct beach access, a heated community pool, garden and nearby clubhouse for recreation.

During the summer months, the unit, built in 1975, was previously rented out, asking for the modest sum of $15,000 per month.

The trailer spans 600 square feet.
Corcoran Group
The living room.
The living room.
Corcoran Group
The kitchen and the dining area.
The kitchen and the dining area.
Corcoran Group
One of the two bedrooms.
One of the two bedrooms.
Corcoran Group
The second bedroom.
The second bedroom.
Corcoran Group

And if you think these price levels are just a post-pandemic phenomenon, think again.

Located at the southeast end of town, the area has attracted high-profile, deep-pocketed individuals such as Jimmy Buffet, who once engaged in a bidding war for a beachfront mobile home. sea.

That said, the trailer park community on the shores of Montauk has become an unusual status symbol for the ultra-rich.

Vitaminwater co-founder Darius Bikoff, hedge fund manager Dan Loeb and film producer Karen Lauder have all invested in a trailer in the community.

“I know quite a few billionaires here,” Montauk resident and architect Fred Stelle told The Post. “The most appealing aspect is the park’s quality of life. It’s a classic throwback to a summertime community – relaxed and low-key in a funky way, like Southern California must have been in the 1950s, and it’s safe for kids.

In the past year alone, at least 10 mobile homes have sold for between $675,000 and $1.4 million. And trailers closer to the beach are even more expensive.

Betsy Cronley of the Corcoran Group owns the list.

New York Post

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