The 3,000-square-foot Nantucket-style house has four bedrooms and 2½ bathrooms.

The 3,000-square-foot Nantucket-style house has four bedrooms and 2½ bathrooms. Credit: Dynamic Media Solutions/Steven Ferraro

The Nantucket-style Blue Point home of a late architect known for his Hamptons designs is on the market for $869,000.

The architect, Michael J. Conroy, who designed homes for East End celebrities, based the four-bedroom cedar-shake of his home on his best-known architectural design, a Bridgehampton house known as the Sandcastle, said Christine Dougherty of Signature Premier Properties in Sayville, who the listing agent for the Blue Point house.

“He emulated this to be a mini-version of the Sandcastle,” Dougherty said. “His home epitomized the Hampton qualities.”

The chef’s kitchen has a 10-foot-wide island and fireplace.

The chef’s kitchen has a 10-foot-wide island and fireplace. Credit: Dynamic Media Solutions/Steven Ferraro

Built in 2007, the 3,000-square-foot house, which has 2½ bathrooms, has a double-height foyer, custom millwork, tall ceilings, central air, natural gas forced air heating and a one-car garage.

The chef’s kitchen, which boasts a fireplace at its center, a 10-foot-wide island and high-end appliances, is attached to a large multi-windowed family room with French doors leading to the yard. A butler’s pantry connects to a formal dining room.

“The holidays in this house are amazing,” Dougherty said.

The family room has French doors leading to the yard. 

The family room has French doors leading to the yard.  Credit: Dynamic Media Solutions/Steven Ferraro

The second floor has a primary bedroom with cathedral ceiling, en-suite bathroom and dual closets.

The covered front porch has slate floors, and the 0.58-acre property is professionally landscaped. The house is in the Bayport-Blue Point School District. Annual taxes are $18,566; a sale is pending.

In addition to the Sandcastle, which sold for $31 million last year and was known for hosting Jay-Z and Beyoncé, Conroy designed homes for East End celebrities such as Kelly Ripa and Kelsey Grammer. His family has lived in the Blue Point house since his death in 2009.

The entryway.

The entryway. Credit: Dynamic Media Solutions/Steven Ferraro

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