This beach house in Fire Island Pines was designed by Scott Bromley, the architect behind Studio 54 and a Pines resident. Built in 1997 through the firm Bromley Caldari Architects, it’s on the market for $3.55 million.
The four-bedroom home, with bright blue shutters, was inspired by a Caribbean sugar plantation, says listing agent Vinnie Petrarca of Vinnie Petrarca Fire Island Real Estate. It has soaring ceilings and is filled with a mix of wood and metal. The double-height great room, and the deck with a pool, hot tub and dining area, all overlook the Great South Bay.
“You really do feel like there’s a yard in front,” Petrarca says.