Built in 2007 and designed by Smith-Miller and Hawkinson Architects, this five-bedroom Sagaponack Contemporary asking $3.995 million is one of nine homes that are part of the Houses at Sagaponac, a showcase of modern architecture.
The project, started in the early 2000s by developer Harry J. Brown Jr., who died in 2005, was originally expected to have 32 homes.
“There are good architects, and there are great architects,” says Tyler Mattson of Compass, who is co-listing the property with Brian Buckhout. “The level of detail, thought and care that went into this particular house is above and beyond the norm.”
The 3,700-square-foot, L-shaped house has walls of glass, panels of wood and a stone courtyard that sits underneath. The outdoor living area off the dining room has a fireplace. Also on the property are a gunite pool with a pool house and studio with a full bathroom.