Rustic modern home with beautiful natural light and woodsy views, set on two very private acres on quiet, highly desirable road. Near bay and ocean beaches, between hamlet of Sag Harbor and village of East Hampton. Unique architectural design with cathedral height living room with fireplace, dining area with table for 8. Separate play/TV room with 50 inch plasma, and a home office/library. Master suite, plus three other bedrooms. Three levels, deck on each level. Kitchen with new appliances, washer/dryer, central air, satellite TV, two broadband-accessed computers.
Heated pool, outdoor hot/cold shower, central AC, grill and ping pong table. Large rear yard, completely fenced. Near cedar point park hiking and biking trails, fishing, kayaking. House was designed by internationally famous architect, Alfredo Devido and highlighted in the book, HOUSES OF THE HAMPTONS.
Pool Use: The pool is open from Memorial Day through September. During your stay the pool will be serviced weekly.
Heating the pool is at your expense. Gas usage will be calculated and deducted from your deposit or billed to you.
smoking: Is not allowed at any time within the house. There is an ashtray available on the rear deck. Please don't smoke inside the house. Thank you.
Monthly rentals: Telephone and electric usage will be deducted from your security deposit.
Book Publishing consultant, husband of published author, editor and creative director. Dad of twins and two dogs.
This house is unique and beautifully designed and built by world class architect Alfredo Devido who at the time lived on our road. It is the feature house in the book, Houses of the Hamptons. Our road is much sought after for its natural beauty although there are very few sales. Why did I buy here? I couldn't imagine a better life anywhere else.
After seeing over 100 houses, I actually found this house myself without a realtor. You know, sometimes a place or an object speaks to you. Well, this house spoke volumes to me and I hadn't even seen the inside yet. The inside surprised me because the architect had brought the beauty of the outside inside. Was it a had to have? Yes.