You Can Bid on an Iconic Norman Jaffe-Designed East Hampton Home Come December

The Hamptons is known for its iconic homes, but also the architects behind them. Harry Bates, who recently passed away, is one of the greats who created many incredible residences on the affluent East End. Norman Jaffe, who passed in the 1990s, is another legendary Long Island architect. To own one of his creations is an honor and a privilege. Soon, someone can potentially nab one of his masterpieces for a great price. This Norman Jaffe-designed home at 100 Further Lane, currently listed for $27.5 million, will go to auction with no reserve in early December.

For auction newbies, “no reserve” means that there is no minimum sale price. It could sell for far below the $27.5 million ask or high above, anything is possible. Exciting, isn’t it?

Bidding on the 4,270-square-foot house with four bedrooms will begin on December 6th. In the meantime, interested buyers can take in the property’s splendid features. Across the 3+ acres, you’ll find a pool and tennis court as well as a vast lawn ready for playing games or accommodating huge tents for glitzy parties.

Inside the 1980 build, open spaces wrapped in glass offer easy views of these grounds. The vaulted ceilings and natural wood are signature Jaffe. Located just minutes from East Hampton’s town center and beaches, you can’t ask for much more.

Rebekah C Baker of Sotheby’s International Realty has the listing, but Sotheby’s Concierge Auction is handling the upcoming event. So, what would you bid on it?