Capturing the light of Long Island's East End was the focus of the late Amagansett architect Myron Shulman's residential designs. One example of his work, a home in East Hampton's Northwest Harbor, is on the market for $1.695 million.

This Contemporary, built in 1987 and situated on a 1.5-acre plot, brings the light inside with a variety of windows throughout the home. Oversized transoms and walls of sliding glass doors in the open-flow living room and dining room area provide views and access out to the recently installed stone patio and heated in-ground saltwater pool and spa.

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More sliding glass doors lead to outdoor balconies off the upper-level office and the first floor master bedroom. The master bathroom comes with a skylight and a large window next to a generous spa tub.

There are a total of three bedrooms and three full bathrooms.

Other features include two fireplaces, a newly renovated eat-in kitchen and an attached two-car garage.

The listing agents are Hara Kang and Justin Agnello of Douglas Elliman Real Estate.