Modern and Minimalist Design Stands out at This Hamptons Listing

White interiors may be signature to the Hamptons style, but what makes this property unique from the rest is its minimalistic take. Listed for $4.795 million in East Hampton, this modern abode is sure to catch buyers’ eyes on the market.

Custom built by designers, this crisp abode has a museum-like feel with European touches including arcades of sculptural arches inspired by Greek and Roman architecture. Italian loggias and numerous worldly pieces of art continue to enhance this aesthetic. Made up of six bedrooms and seven bathrooms across 7,300-square-feet, each room cohesively flows into the next existing space yet still remains separated by these arcades. The arches also play with light and shadow, creating art of their own.

The main floor has a great room featuring high 15-foot ceilings, a kitchen with an oversized island, and enough room in the dining area to host large dinner parties. Upstairs and off the spacious master bedroom, the master bath is another exceptional room in the home with symmetrical his and hers sinks, a large tub, and a hidden shower. The basement is fully finished, adding a handful of fun bonus rooms such as the wine cellar, media room, guest suite, and gym.

Outside, a pool, deck, and cabana also feel effortlessly connected to the indoors since the home’s back walls are outfitted in floor-to-ceiling glass. While this isn’t your classic shingle-style Hamptons home, perhaps it is showing what’s next for the Hamptons’ look.

The listing is currently held with Dana Trotter of Sotheby’s International Realty.