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A Minimal Transitional Barn-style House in Bridgehampton

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<span class="credit">[Photo by Tria Govan]</span>
[Photo by Tria Govan]


Vic and Dena Hammel weren't looking for a new house, but they fell in love with a new build just three doors away on Mecox Road. Designed by architect James Merrell, the minimal barn-style house is unusual and understated. Replacing a circa-1800 farmhouse on the property, the house was designed as "a modern house bursting from a colonial," says Merrell. Traditional-meets-modern interiors include fine oak paneling, no hallways and a staircase with a custom oil-rubbed bronze handrail; furniture includes 1930s seating from Heal's of London and 1970s end tables by George Nelson. Want to see more? Hop over to the Luxe site for the full tour.

· A Transitional Minimal Barn-Style House in Bridgehampton [LS]