Inside Andy Warhol's Spectacular Montauk Compound

Dana Covit

No one ever accused Andy Warhol of hanging out below the radar. The iconic artist's seven-building, 30-acre Montauk summer compound has hit the market for a whopping $85 million, and it is a heavenly sight to behold.

Consisting of a main building plus six additional guest houses, the campus-like oceanfront property attracted famous names the likes of John Lennon, Elizabeth Taylor, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, and all of The Rolling Stones. Its most recent owner, J.Crew CEO Mickey Drexler, purchased the home in 2007 and is responsible for much of the tasteful stylings.

It also boasts 24 acres of bucolic pastures looking over the secluded Montauk Moorland and features 1920s-era barns and equestrian stables (with 29 stalls!). Taken together, the compound comprises a staggering 15,000 square feet.

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