Architect Stuart Narofsky and Seaview Development Team Up To Build a Pair of Contemporary Homes
Famed architect Stuart Narofsky isn’t typically associated with spec houses, but he recently teamed up with Seaview Development to build a pair of contemporary homes at 14 and 16 Fieldview Lane in East Hampton, which are listed with Compass’s Tyler Mattson and Brian Buckhout for $5.495 million and $5.695 million, respectively. Both houses include five bedrooms, seven and a half baths, European-style kitchens with Poggenpohl cabinetry and Gaggenau appliances, and swimming pools. Working with a developer can often be more challenging than working with a private client who offers direct feedback, says Narofsky, but there are exceptions. “On this project, the developer tried to step into the client’s shoes, as if he were going to live there himself,” Narofsky recounts. “Meanwhile, I found it helpful to invent an imaginary client—an investment banker who could easily drop $5 million to have everything move-in ready.”
5020 sq. ft.
Contact: Tyler Mattson and Brian Buckhout at Compass, compass.com
A view of the spacious first floor.
The bright kitchen features Poggenpohl cabinetry and Gaggenau appliances.
The luxurious master bathroom.
A spacious veranda looks over the gunite pool.