Pulitzer Prize Winner Edward Albee’s Montauk House—Which He Designed Himself—Is for Sale

Industry News   Pulitzer Prize Winner Edward Albee’s Montauk House—Which He Designed Himself—Is for Sale
 
The Long Island residence is listed for $20 million.
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Edward Albee's longtime summer home in Montauk, Long Island, is currently for sale, according to Newsday. The four-bedroom, three-bathroom house, where the late playwright wrote the Pulitzer-winning Seascape, is currently listed for $20 million.

The home sits on 2.8 acres with 200 feet of oceanfront and was Albee's summer home for five decades. The property, which the playwright designed himself, also includes a guesthouse, a pool, a pool house, and a tennis court.

Read: EDWARD ALBEE, TOWERING AMERICAN PLAYWRIGHT, DIES AT 88

A portion of the proceeds from the sale will benefit the Edward F. Albee Foundation.

Albee died in September 2016 following a short illness. In addition to Seascape, he won the Pulitzer Prize for A Delicate Balance and Three Tall Women; the latter was revived on Broadway this past season.

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