Sometime in 2006, art world superstar Kim Heirston found a minute in her busy art advising schedule to plunk down $3 million for this hip Bridgehampton pad. The home was designed by Horace Grifford, who's known for the "modernist transformation of New York's Fire Island"—the result of the 70 homes he built there. This particular home might sit further east than the others, but it's still in-keeping with Grifford's typical aesthetic: lots (and lots!) of wood panneling, walls of glass, and a modest stature. The waterfront property just popped up on the market for $5.950 million after having experimented with asking prices int he $6-7 million range. And hey! Maybe the lower price will overshadow the lack of bedrooms...there're only two of 'em!
· Listing: Romantic Hideaway [Sotheby's]
· The Horace Grifford Project [Official Site]