For $5.25M, you can own a modernist ‘House at Sagaponac’ in the Hamptons

Posted On Fri, July 31, 2020 By

Posted On Fri, July 31, 2020 By In Cool Listings, Hamptons

Designed by Calvin Tsao and Zack McKown of renowned contemporary firm Tsao & McKown Architects, this residence is one of the original Houses at Sagaponac, a modernist development conceived in the early 2000s by developer Harry “Coco” Brown and architect Richard Meier. The original plan was for 32 homes to be built by different prominent architects, but after Brown’s death and the recession, only eight were completed, making them even more special. This five-bedroom home utilizes moveable glass walls and oversized windows to take in views of the surrounding greenery and incredible 60-foot pool and sun deck.

The entrance to the home is on an elevated part of the landscape.

This “glass and wood cube” holds the private living areas, including a living room, dining room, kitchen, and lounge. An architectural steel fireplace separates the dining area/kitchen from the double-height living room, which opens to a large terrace.

The “cube” is positioned atop “a distinct second element containing spaces for entertainment and relaxation,” according to the listing.

In total, the home has five bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms. It’s spread across 4,500 square feet and also boasts an elevator and a two-car garage.

The master suite might very well have the best view in the house.

The property is 1.36 acres and has been landscaped for privacy. The swimming pool is surrounded by a large stone patio.


Photo © Michael Moran/OTTO

[Listing: 486 Wainscott Harbor Road by Andrea L. Ackerman and Juliana Frei Dual of Brown Harris Stevens]

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