57° Good Morning
57° Good Morning
Hello, we've upgraded our systems.

Please log back in to enjoy your subscription. Thank you for being part of the Newsday family.

Forgot your password? We can help go here.

Log in
ClassifiedsReal Estate

$2.25M East Hampton home maximizes nature views

The 2,650-square-foot East Hampton home has a linear

The 2,650-square-foot East Hampton home has a linear black painted cedar exterior, and was built in the mid-1970s and later expanded. Credit: Sotheby's International Realty

A glass-filled, four-bedroom, 3 1⁄2 -bath Modern-style East Hampton home listed for $2.25 million is designed to create a seamless flow from shelter to nature, its listing agent says.

The 2,650-square-foot home has a linear black-painted cedar exterior, and was built in the mid-1970s by architect Don Chappell and later expanded. Large windows throughout bring nature views into the home, which is set on an acre parcel bordering a 20-acre preserve.

Inside, the home has bespoke white oak floors and a great room with 20-foot ceilings, five-over-five double-height windows and a black ceramic fireplace.

An elm kitchen island serves as a dining table and the focal point of a kitchen with glossy white cabinetry and Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances. A laundry was converted into a copper and smoky-mirrored wet bar.

The master bedroom suite includes a Kohler Abrazo collection free-standing ceramic tub. Bathrooms throughout are trimmed with handcrafted Hearth geometric tiles from California.

A Nest smart-home system allows HVAC, fire alarms and security cameras to be controlled remotely. The home is equipped with a generator.

A mahogany deck with outdoor living/dining space and a grilling station overlooks a 40-by-20-foot in-ground gas-heated pool. Plantings by Bridgehampton-based Marders and East Hampton’s Whitmore’s Tree Farm include a 30-year-old weeping European birch, maple and cherry blossom trees. Spruce trees that are more than 20-feet tall bolster perimeter privacy plantings.

The home is listed with Rylan Jacka of Sotheby’s International Realty.

Latest Long Island News