This five-bedroom, six-bath East Hampton manse listed for $3.955 million is set on 4.8 hilltop acres.
In a great room with 14-foot ceilings, a wall of six 10-foot bifold glass doors opens to views of tree-lined vistas and a bluestone deck with Sonos sound, dual fire pits and a built-in propane grill.
“There’s nothing like it out there,” listing agent Richard Doyle of Douglas Elliman Real Estate says of the 4,900-square-foot home. He is co-listing with James Keogh and Justin Agnello. “For the price, you’re getting a lot of cool details.”
A similar fusion of nature and shelter is found in the master bedroom’s en-suite bath, where the “indoor-outdoor” shower opens through a sliding door to a greenery-wrapped ledge and a standalone tub is next to a floor-to-ceiling window. An imported French living organic wall is mounted above a floating staircase in the 20-foot high foyer.
The WiFi-enabled smart home has a three-zone Nest thermostat and remotely controllable security and lighting systems, Doyle says. A five-zone, 26-speaker Sonos sound system includes two home theater systems.
On the second floor of the “upside-down” house, the kitchen is equipped with integrated Miele appliances and Corian countertops and sinks. The first floor has a guest kitchen, a family room and a junior master suite.
Bathrooms feature curved tile, hidden shower drains and 16-inch showerheads. The master suites include freestanding tubs with nature views. The home has four bio-ethanol powered fireplaces.
A heated 50-by-16-foot Infinity edge pool with a waterfall is tucked in beneath the house and includes LED lighting and an electric cover, Doyle says; there is also a 16-by-10-foot Jacuzzi.