A modern work of art. Conceived through an exceptional collaboration by a renowned architect Tom Creed, designer Timothy Godbold, and Hallissey Builders, this 7 bedroom, 7.5 bath newly built modern home spans 7,000 square feet on three levels and boasts a 1,500 square foot rooftop terrace made from Ipe hardwood that seems to float among the surrounding white pines. Perched in privacy on Bull Path abutting perpetual reserve, this tranquil setting offers a heated, gunite pool with spa, attached pool house, covered al fresco dining area, and attached two car garage with radiant heat, on an easily maintained 0.61 acre parcel. Custom milled cedar, horizontal siding, a hand cut bluestone chimney with indoor and outdoor fireplaces, and a hidden, gutterless drainage system create an elegant exterior aesthetic. Built for personal use, this modern home has numerous features and finishes not commonly found in spec builds such as a pair of custom floating steel staircases with glass railing, custom milled, rift and quartered Oak floors, hidden window shades throughout, Phillip Jeffries wallpaper, and selective use of Venetian plaster. On the main level, the glass clad living room and the dining room with pocket doors flank the gleaming kitchen with lacquer cabinetry, top of the line appliances, and a wall of glass that opens to the covered, poolside dining area. A den with fireplace and two en suite guest bedrooms complete the main level. Just beyond the airy entry hall, a stunning mono stringer steel staircase leads upstairs to three en suite bedrooms, including the master with gas fireplace and beautifully appointed bath. The substantial finished lower level contains a professional gym, screening room and two en suite bedrooms. This LEED certified green home, with one of the area’s highest HERS ratings, has 12-inch fully insulated walls, twice the standard 5.5-inch thickness. Smart home with smartphone control for the Sonos Home Sound System, heating and cooling, surveillance, and alarm system. A supremely stylish and efficient modern home in a secluded yet convenient location with easy access to both East Hampton Village and Sag Harbor Village.
Originally dubbed Maidstone by the Puritans who settled in 1648, East Hampton's Main Street and tree-lined lanes are dotted with preserved homes spanning several eras and styles. Soak up the old world charm with a meal at 1770 House, on the links at the Maidstone Club, or visit Guild Hall. The Pollock Krasner House is a hallmark of the art scene. Don’t forget the beaches- Main, Georgica, Wiborg, Egypt Lane, and Two Mile Hollow.
AVERAGE SALE PRICE 2014 (Village): $6,053,601
AVERAGE SALE PRICE 2014: $1,009,468
FAVORITE RESTAURANT: Living room
DON'T MISS: Guild Hall
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