Norman Jaffe, the Hamptons architect who was renowned for his sculptural designs using natural materials, created this Contemporary home in Lattingtown. The house is now on the market for $2.378 million.

Built in 1982, the house's exterior facade, as well as the floor-to-ceiling fireplaces in the living room and master bedroom, are made of rough-cut Tennessee Valley stone. A polished version of the stone was used for the floors in the living room, dining room and eat-in-kitchen on the first level.

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Jaffe's signature cedar wood paneled ceilings, along with walls of windows -- including a two-story angled window in the living room -- are found throughout the 9,600-square-foot home.

There are seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms. The house has a heated indoor pool with a game room and bar. The property, measuring just under 5 acres, offers a lighted clay tennis court. Other features include a den with a fireplace and attached three-car garage.

The property is listed with Maria Babaev and Elyse Saltsberg of Douglas Elliman Real Estate.