For those that are unfamiliar with the late Gene Futterman's work, he, along with Norman Jaffe and Charles Gwathmey, were considered the "big three" Hamptons architects of the 80s. In addition to this little number, Mr. Futterman is probably best (or worst?) remembered for the design of Bernie Madoff's Montauk oceanfront. Readers might recall that the disgraced ponzi-schemer's home was sold off in 2009 for more than the asking price.
Well, it turns out that Mr. Futterman's Water Mill home is on the market. Asking price? After a $105K chop earlier this month, the pricetag is now $1.995M. The brokerbabble is a little light, only mentioning the residence's "multiple separated living areas all brought together by a temperature regulated green house and spectacularly landscaped grounds," but we do like what we see in the listing photos. Keep in mind, for a architect who made his mark in the 80s, the place could look much, much different.
· Listing: 292 Little Noyac Path [Corcoran]