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Old Westbury home designed by late architect Norman Jaffe

The late architect Norman Jaffe lived in this

The late architect Norman Jaffe lived in this Old Westbury home for a few months while it was being designed and built. Credit: Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty

An Old Westbury home designed by the late architect Norman Jaffe is on the market for $3.995 million.

Jaffe lived in the stone and redwood home for a few months while it was being designed and built in 1977, says listing agent Sandy Binder of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty.

The six-bedroom home, with seven full and two half-bathrooms, was renovated in 2002, keeping the architectural integrity, with walls of windows overlooking the two-acre property.

“[Jaffe] brings the outside in,” Binder says. “You just have a feeling he’s very into the landscape.”

The home features a theater with leather seating, and the property has a pool.

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