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Rich Cribs: Quogue spread with an Asian flair
Sitting on two acres of oceanfront property in Quogue is an unusual three-level octagonal-shaped house with strong Asian-inspired elements.
Built in 1994, the five-bedroom, four-bathroom house is listed for $7.999 million with Lawrence Citarelli of First Hampton International Realty.
The octagonal shape and the many large windows make for “endless views,” says homeowner Roberta Cohen Olsen, a psychotherapist.
There is Asian flair both inside and outside the home, including the bright red exterior trim color.
The first floor has a professional dance floor.
Additional amenities include a pool, tennis court, basketball court, chipping green and elevator to the first and second levels.