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Rich Cribs: Norman Jaffe-designed Sands Point home asks $2.88M

This Norman Jaffe-designed house in Sands Point is

This Norman Jaffe-designed house in Sands Point is on the market in November 2013 for $2.88 million. (Credit: Handout)

A Norman Jaffe-designed house in Sands Point is on the market for $2.88 million. Jaffe was an American architect who is highly regarded for his modern designs in homes across eastern Long Island.

He is revered for his innovations in design that embody a philosophy of what he called as the five elements of architecture -- space, materials, light, concept and connections.

“The first owner was from Italy,” says seller Hae Yim. “All of the stones and marble that he used were imported from Spain and Italy.”


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The materials can be found in the pool and patio area, living room, dining room, fireplaces, kitchen and bathrooms.

The 7,000-square-foot home is has five bedrooms, 5½ baths, a pool and fireplaces.

It is listed by Ran Cho of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.

Tags: Rich Cribs , Sands Point , Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage , Norman Jaffe , Five Elements of Architecture

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