The result of a rare collaboration of architects, builders, and interior and landscape designers, this contemporary home is a modern masterpiece, a singular place where rarefied location, flawless design, superlative materials, and a stylish outlook meet.
Pennsylvania Buck Hill stone, Western red cedar, and midnight bronze combine harmoniously, creating a sophisticated, striking aesthetic.
State-of-the-art minimal-frame Portuguese windows and doors obscure the boundaries between indoors and out and flood nearly every room with the Hamptons’ legendary natural light.
Measuring 11,665 square feet, the residence offers six restful bedrooms — each a stylishly minimalist space with tall windows and sleek surfaces.
In the open, airy foyer, a floating staircase of white oak and blackened steel connects the multiple levels.
The heart of the home is an L-shaped open-concept space: a kitchen with superior appliances and streamlined cabinetry, a great room, a handsome dining area, and a sitting room anchored by a black granite fireplace and a wall of glass overlooking the pool.
On the upper level, three bedroom suites face west and share a terrace with a peaceful view.
The master suite includes a pair of dressing rooms, a lavish bath, and a private terrace. The home’s lower level measures 4,875 square feet and encompasses a gym, a theater, a recreation area, a powder bath, the laundry room, an auxiliary guest suite, space ideal for a wine cellar, and a walk-out patio.
Outside the walls of glass lie sun-drenched patios, a zero-edge gunite pool and spa, and an enviable poolhouse with an expertly equipped outdoor kitchen designed to encourage consummate alfresco entertaining.
The two-acre grounds also include a sculpture garden, a freestanding three-car garage, and space for the addition of a sunken tennis court. The home has been thoughtfully sited, facing west across farm fields and more than 40 acres of agricultural reserve, capturing enchanting views of verdant land and serene sunsets.
An adjoining 10-acre plot of reserve land is offered separately and would make an ideal equestrian estate. Ocean access is via a shared path through the reserve.
$21,950,000 / 289 Parsonage Lane, Sagaponack, NY 11962