Michael Haverland and writer and interior designer Philip Galanes might be more your speed. It was even included on the Museum of Modern Art’s tour of iconic houses of East Hampton. The house is on the market for $5.95 million, listed with Cee Scott Brown at Compass. On a flag lot, just under an acre, the property includes the 3,800 square foot main house, a lap pool, pool house, and a 600 square foot studio and garage. The house offers three bedrooms and two and one half baths. A UNICORN ON GEORGICA POND For those of more traditional tastes, a unique 14-acre estate on the Wainscott side of Georgica Pond is an option. Deep breaths, though, as the property is listed for an eyewatering $70 million. The former home of real estate developer Sheldon Solow, who died last year, includes 800 feet of pondfront as well as ocean views. The house, built in 2010 by Ben Krupinski Builder, offers the usual rich-person amenities such as a huge master suite with private balcony, library, gym and home theater in the lower level, along with six bedrooms. It’s listed with Kyle Rosko, Marcy Braun, and Martha Gundersen at Douglas Elliman. The listing notes that the property is available to subdivide, creating potential for a second house, complete with a pool, pool house and tennis court.
Modern Stunner in East Hampton Photo: Chris Bausch
A Unicorn on Georgica Pond
8/17/21 11:48 AM