Westhampton Beach’s Cube House, a three-story waterfront Modern by architects at Leroy Street Studio, was designed to maximize Moriches Bay views, its listing agent says. The asking price is $2.798 million.
The three-bedroom, 3 ½ bath home comes with multiple first- and second-floor decks.
“It’s interesting at all times of the day, and the light is so beautiful,” says listing agent Linda Mulrooney of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty. She is co-listing with Dale Bernstein at Main Street Realty.
A interior features white walls, stainless steel hardware and glass, with furnishings to match. Pendant lights hang from a soaring entry foyer with skylights; glass risers allow for water views while climbing the stairs, Mulrooney says.
The first floor contains an open living-dining room, a half-bath and an eat-in kitchen with white Carrera marble surfaces and Italian cabinets. A large industrial-style table and stainless steel sink both have direct water views. A cabinetry-concealed Liebherr refrigerator has an adjacent pantry. There is also a Dacor range oven with a retractable exhaust.
On the second floor, there is a living room with a wet bar and a master-bedroom suite with direct bay views. In the en-suite bath, a soaking tub is nestled in a corner with windows overlooking the water. An additional two bedrooms and two baths are on the third floor; one is en-suite.
The FEMA-compliant residence is built upon high timber pilings, which allow rising waters from surrounding wetlands to pass beneath, includes four-zone central HVAC and in-ground sprinklers.