An Architecturally Stunning Retreat in East Hampton Wants $8.5M

When it comes to Hamptons getaways, stand-out architecture is what gets a home noticed. Located at 98 Bull Path, this modern East Hampton gem demonstrates complex elements that the listing describes as “destined to be discussed from studios of Manhattan’s design elite to the corridors of Wall Street.” Anyone who lays eyes on it will agree.

Currently listed for $8.495 million, the estate is a prime example of how builders and designers always bring it when working on Hamptons projects. Builder and seller James McLoughlin of McLoughlin Construction Corp. and architect Blaze Makoid worked in tandem, focusing on connecting the interiors to the surrounding nature of East Hampton.

While coasting up the driveway, visitors will notice the ample privacy provided by an abundance of greenery. Six bedrooms and seven and a half bathrooms take up a nice portion of the 10,000-square-foot abode, but don’t overshadow the main living areas. Light streams into gathering spaces due to the wealth of windows. Luxurious features such as a “wall of wine” in the dining area and a skylight in the master walk-in closet truly set the property apart.

For outside entertaining, a patio sits adjacent to the infinity-edge pool and offers a place to lounge and dine al fresco. The space is complete with a fireplace and television. Among the estate’s additional amenities are an outdoor pizza oven, lavish spa, wellness center, and “adult playroom” outfitted with a bar and place for billiards. All this wrapped in an architecturally stunning modern package.

Rylan Jacka, Ann Ciardullo, Keith Green of Sotheby’s International Realty East Hampton Brokerage hold the listing.