Here is a once in a lifetime opportunity to own a fabled residence in a magical Montauk location. One of the legendary “Seven Sisters” cottages, a summer colony designed by Stanford White on a site chosen by Frederick Law Olmstead and built in 1880 is offered for sale. Perched high on the cliffs with magnificent vistas over moorlands to the sea, the home is surrounded by 100 acres of pristine reserve, ensuring privacy. The Seven Sisters are listed on the National Register of Historic Places and this one, the Andrews House, enjoyed a recent comprehensive renovation led by a historian to restore its exquisite original millwork, windows and wood floors. The home provides 3,800+/- sq. ft. of living space with four bedrooms, two full baths and two half baths, along with six fireplaces. Principal rooms include a sunken living room, dining room and library, all with fireplaces, and eat-in kitchen with sunny breakfast area and stainless steel appliances. Upstairs the master bedroom opens to an ocean-view veranda. Over its 125 year history this cottage has hosted many celebrated owners and guests from the upper echelons of business, society, and the arts. This extraordinary home may be enjoyed as it is, though expansion is possible and there is room for a pool.