A cottage on Paul Simon’s multi-million dollar Montauk estate is teetering on the edge of a cliff. The singer has won emergency approval to relocate the small, one-story building, 80 feet away from the edge of the cliff in the East Hampton hamlet, in New York. The property sits on the same plot of land as Simon’s $10.5 million mansion. It was built in 1947 on the site of a former World War II bunker and at the time, it had plenty of land between the cottage and the cliff edge. But progressive erosion over the years has worn down the cliff leaving just 10 feet between the structure and a 65-foot drop into the ocean.