Modern Sagaponack Sanctuary Hits the Market for the First Time Asking $5M
Amidst the trees of Sagaponack, an award-winning home has garnered attention from architectural magazines and has been studied in universities across the country. But, never before has it been publicly listed for sale. Smith-Miller + Hawkinson Architects were handpicked by Richard Meier and Coco Brown, developers of the Hamptons project, to design it. At just under 4,000 square feet, the home possesses a seamless flow of light and comfort and had made it’s debut on the market for 4.995 million.
The property was designed and built in 2008. Certainly a desirable residence in the affluent Sagaponack area, the modern boasts serene privacy and luxurious finishes. Crafted with the beauty of the outdoors in mind, the two story home’s floor to ceiling windows may make the spaces feel airy and exposed. Yet, ideally, the only views or onlookers around are the luscious woods.
Entering into the home’s main floor, stone tiles and wood carry throughout to make an organic and livable feel. With glass visible from every angle, one can imagine finding tranquility in the lush greenery in high Hamptons season, or cozying up by the fire during the winter months. Just outside by the pool, hosting outdoors is easy under two covered porches while a maintenance-free turf lawn awaits for relaxed games or running around.
When it’s time to unwind for the night, the home’s four bedrooms and four bathrooms are tucked away. Each opens out to a balcony so guests visiting from Manhattan can step into fresh air anytime, day or night.
Only minutes away from Sagaponack’s Main Street with shopping and dining, look to Jack Richardson of SERHANT. for the first-time listing.