A glass-filled, four-bedroom, 3 1⁄2 -bath Modern-style East Hampton home listed for $2.25 million is designed to create a seamless flow from shelter to nature, its listing agent says.

The 2,650-square-foot home has a linear black-painted cedar exterior, and was built in the mid-1970s by architect Don Chappell and later expanded. Large windows throughout bring nature views into the home, which is set on an acre parcel bordering a 20-acre preserve.

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Inside, the home has bespoke white oak floors and a great room with 20-foot ceilings, five-over-five double-height windows and a black ceramic fireplace.

An elm kitchen island serves as a dining table and the focal point of a kitchen with glossy white cabinetry and Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances. A laundry was converted into a copper and smoky-mirrored wet bar.

The master bedroom suite includes a Kohler Abrazo collection free-standing ceramic tub. Bathrooms throughout are trimmed with handcrafted Hearth geometric tiles from California.

A Nest smart-home system allows HVAC, fire alarms and security cameras to be controlled remotely. The home is equipped with a generator.

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A mahogany deck with outdoor living/dining space and a grilling station overlooks a 40-by-20-foot in-ground gas-heated pool. Plantings by Bridgehampton-based Marders and East Hampton’s Whitmore’s Tree Farm include a 30-year-old weeping European birch, maple and cherry blossom trees. Spruce trees that are more than 20-feet tall bolster perimeter privacy plantings.

The home is listed with Rylan Jacka of Sotheby’s International Realty.