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Elevator House Makes Off-Camera Debut with Big Price Chop

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We knew this home looked familiar when it hit the market. How could we forget that fateful episode of "Selling New York" when broker Samantha Klier Forbes took a spin through this Myron Goldfinger's designed home in Sagaponack and declared: "I don't take elevators in houses" and that was that.

Elevator snobbery aside, Goldfinger's work is not for the faint of the heart. The 5,000-sq-ft 6 bedroom, 4.5 bath modernist home, complete with pool, panoramic ocean views, and elevator on one acre, features elements one has come to expect from an architect-centric home including a two level living room, vast airy spaces, and a roof deck to take in said views in which said elevator certainly would come in handy after one too many. (We're looking at you, Samantha.)

When the television episode aired in 2010, the home was listed for $8.95 Million. Today's asking price is just $7.45 Million.

· 43 Sandune Court, Sagaponack [Town & Country Real Estate]
· Selling New York: Brooklyn Brownstones & Hamptons Barbie Houses [Curbed New York]

—Charlotte Bayless