A Norman Jaffe-Designed Waterfront Home in Quogue Hits the Market

Designed by renowned late architect Norman Jaffe, who created many iconic homes throughout New York, this striking modernist abode is a gem of the East End. A true Hamptons paradise, the waterfront property in Quogue just listed for $1 under $18 million.

Overlooking Quantuck Bay and all the way out to the ocean, blue views enhance the home’s organic interior. Floor-to-ceiling windows beckon luminous sunrises and sunsets over the water inside. With sleek wood paneling, the 7,850-square-foot residence boasts an abundance of intriguing angles and geometric lines. While undeniably spacious and lavish, the home has a treehouse-esque charm thanks to these earthy features.

For the culinary enthusiast, a minimalist eat-in kitchen invites you to cook up summer seafood in style. The home’s five bedrooms and five-and-a-half baths then provide space to host weekend guests to share in the home’s many perks. In fact, the idyllic two-lot estate spans over five acres with nearly 700 feet of bulkheading, including two docks.

The property also offers plenty to keep an athlete busy with a pool, tennis court, and professional putting green. Outdoor decks then await for celebratory drinks al fresco after a day of competitive games or beaching nearby.

While the amenities are enticing, the home’s architectural legacy is what makes it rare. To hold a Norman Jaffe creation is precious indeed. Enzo Morabito of Douglas Elliman has the Quogue listing.