Attention to detail is the recurring theme in this wood-soaked craftsman’s interpretation of a Hamptons coastal-style home in East Hampton. It is listed for $3.7 million.

Designed by architect Raymond Sullivan and constructed by Young Builders in 2011, the six-bedroom home with six full baths and two half-baths has about 5,000 square feet of living space and is on a 0.94-acre lot.

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Custom millwork, including random-width quarter-sawn white oak floors, white oak trim and handmade interior doors with Baldwin oil-rubbed bronze door hardware, are found throughout the home, which has three fireplaces.

A chef’s kitchen with wood ceilings and a kitchen island features a Sub-Zero refrigerator/freezer with a Wolf range and two Gaggenau dishwashers. Crown Point Cabinetry built the kitchen as well as the butler’s pantry, mudroom bench, and master bedroom closet.

The first floor includes a master-bedroom suite and a library behind French doors. There is also a tower room with occasional water views.

The living room and kitchen open to a patio; an in-ground heated pool is situated behind a red brick wall. Low hedges border walkways leading to doors, and the grounds are planted with mature trees, hydrangeas and ornamental grasses.

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Built with brick and quarried Pennsylvania bluestone, the home is crowned with western red cedar roofing and has Nantucket Maibec-grade siding and shingles. Marvin windows and doors were installed throughout the home, which is equipped with a Generac generator.

The address is part of the Landfall Homeowners Association, which includes a private beach about 350 feet away from the residence.

The listing agents are Vincent Horcasitas and Robert Tramondo of Saunders & Associates.