TODAY'S PAPER
54° Good Afternoon
54° Good Afternoon
ClassifiedsReal Estate

Designer selling Amagansett home, and more

Fashion designer and owner of the Foravi boutiques

Fashion designer and owner of the Foravi boutiques in Manhattan, Devora Avikzer, has just reduced the price of her Amagansett beach house in the Dunes from $2.59 million to $2.45 million. Photo Credit: Prudential Douglas Elliman Real Estate

HOME IN THE DUNES. Fashion designer and owner of the Foravi boutiques in Manhattan, Devora Avikzer, has just reduced the price of her Amagansett beach house in the Dunes from $2.59 million to $2.45 million. Built in 1980, the 2,200-square-foot Saltbox-style home sits on half an acre and has four bedrooms and two bathrooms and comes with a fireplace, a sauna, a pool house and an outdoor shower. “I have completely redesigned the home both inside and out, creating a modern yet warm and comfortable space with minimum upkeep. It is a true beach house,” says Avikzer. The listing is with Lili Elsis of Prudential Douglas Elliman Real Estate.

CATHY MAHON

DAIRYMAN'S HOUSE. It may be priced under $1 million, but a newly listed property in Glen Cove comes with some rich Gold Coast history. It is part of what remains of banker J.P. Morgan Jr.’s former 257-acre estate, mostly torn down in the 1980s — a 1911 brick dairyman’s home and an octagonally shaped milking house, both designed by architect Christopher LaFarge, whose firm, Heins & LaFarge, was responsible for part of the design of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine and the Astor Court buildings at the Bronx Zoo.

The dairyman’s house is now a three-bedroom home; the milking house is now a one-bedroom cottage. The half-acre property includes three bays of a six-bay garage shared by neighbors as well as a portion of a walled garden. The property is listed for $749,000 with Paul Mateyunas of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty.

VALERIE KELLOGG

Comments

We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.

More news