Former Hamptons cottage of late New York Times editor Arthur Gelb asks $2.8M

Posted On Thu, June 8, 2017 By

Posted On Thu, June 8, 2017 By In Cool Listings, Hamptons

The former Water Mill home of New York Times managing editor, the late Arthur Gelb, is for sale at an asking price of $2.77 million, according to the Post. Swiss writer Rose-Marie Bordihn bought the Hamptons cottage in 2007 for $2 million. The recently restored 2,550-square-foot home boasts an acre of land, five bedrooms, and views of a pond–the perfect summer beach house.

297 Head of Pond Road, Watermill, Hamptons

297 Head of Pond Road, Watermill, Hamptons

The bungalow was once featured in the Times “for its architectural beauty.” Oversized windows let sunlight stream into the living space and provide incredible views of the adjacent large lake.

297 Head of Pond Road, Watermill, Hamptons

297 Head of Pond Road, Watermill, Hamptons

297 Head of Pond Road, Watermill, Hamptons

There’s also great outdoor space, like a bluestone patio, heated Gunite pool and a dock with a rowboat.

[Listing: 297 Head of Pond Road by Maryanne Horwath and Michael Shaheen for Douglas Elliman]

[Via NY Post]

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