This $5M Sagaponack home is a showcase of modern design
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Built as part of a small collection of modern Hamptons homes developed by Harry “Coco” Brown and architect Richard Meier, the house at 20 Forest Crossing was designed by Smith-Miller and Hawkinson Architects. This Sagaponack home, asking $4,995,000, is a 4,000-square-foot retreat on 1.3 acres. Among its most notable features is a glass-walled interior built around a courtyard with a pool.
The property has recently undergone a full renovation that has given new life to its modernist interiors, which have been featured in a number of architecture magazines. Two outdoor covered porches border a maintenance-free yard and a new 50-foot heated saltwater gunite pool.
A new kitchen features warm, modern wood cabinetry surrounding top-of-the-line appliances. Striking quartzite worktops and innovative window design are just a few of the home’s noteworthy accents.
Combined front and rear yards meet at a courtyard tucked beneath the house. This sheltered outdoor living space–including a fireplace–is just off the dining room.
In addition to four bedrooms, the home offers a gym, office, and pool house/studio. Views from every room include outdoor living spaces and the surrounding greenery.
The 50-foot gunite pool is saltwater-filled and heated. There is an additional stone courtyard beneath the home’s south wing, and a gated parking courtyard.
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