The Gables house in East Hampton is a collaboration between renowned modern architect Stuart Narofsky and Seaview Development. On the market for $5.695 million, the five-bedroom, five bathroom with a half-bath home has three gables with clean lines in stained cedar.

Each of the gables holds a distinct element of the house, says Brian Buckhout of Compass, who is co-listing the property with Tyler Mattson.

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“The gables replicate the farmhouse design found throughout the Hamptons and really accentuate East Hampton’s more traditional counterparts,” Buckhout says.

The home is filled with glass, including a 22-foot-wide glass-walled foyer and a two-story, glass-enclosed staircase that connects the first floor with the bedrooms upstairs. Various points of the house focus on different exterior spaces, including a heated saltwater gunite pool, a sunken courtyard and expansive patios and lawns.