Interior Designer Robert Stilin’s Harmonious Hamptons Home Asks $6M

Interior designer Robert Stilin has made a career out of creating comfortable homes for others. But perhaps one of the AD100 designer’s most important achievements was not created on commission. Stilin’s personal residence in East Hampton, which has just hit the market asking $6 million, is a serene haven tucked behind sparse woodland and outfitted in décor at once cozy and modern. After 18 years spent raising his son the property, Stilin looks to depart only in search of another Hamptons project, according to the New York Times.

Located on almost an acre at 331 Georgica Road, the two-story structure counts 5 bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms within 5,030 square feet. Designed in collaboration with noted Hamptons architect Frank Greenwald, the home consists of two connected wings: A wood-shingled segment hosting the living spaces and most of the bedrooms, and a smaller, adjacent barn of board-and-battered siding. It was designed to sit in perfect harmony with the Hamptons landscape and history.

The interiors are a layered blend of rustic touches and chic details. A collage of maple wainscoting, popular shiplap walls, and white ash ceilings shine throughout. Adding a personal touch, the Stilin family’s lumber company supplied the hardwood floors.

Dana Trotter of Sotheby’s International Realty has the listing.