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The Gables in East Hampton: $5.7 million

The Gables in East Hampton is named for

The Gables in East Hampton is named for its three gables. Credit: Compass / Michael Heller

The Gables house in East Hampton is a collaboration between renowned modern architect Stuart Narofsky and Seaview Development. On the market for $5.695 million, the five-bedroom, five bathroom with a half-bath home has three gables with clean lines in stained cedar.

Each of the gables holds a distinct element of the house, says Brian Buckhout of Compass, who is co-listing the property with Tyler Mattson.

“The gables replicate the farmhouse design found throughout the Hamptons and really accentuate East Hampton’s more traditional counterparts,” Buckhout says.

The home is filled with glass, including a 22-foot-wide glass-walled foyer and a two-story, glass-enclosed staircase that connects the first floor with the bedrooms upstairs. Various points of the house focus on different exterior spaces, including a heated saltwater gunite pool, a sunken courtyard and expansive patios and lawns.

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