Just two weeks after we reported that another of the Houses at Sagaponac had dropped its price, here comes its across-the street neighbor on the market. The Houses at Sagaponac was an ambitious development of modern homes from the beginning of the 2000s, which was intended to serve as a museum of architecture, but was never completed.
That property is asking $4.3M for 2.72 acres of land with a 5000sf house; this place is a good bit smaller at 3500sf with 1.3 acres of land. Designed by Smith-Miller and Hawkinson Architects, the house features horizontal wooden elements on the exterior, with enormous floor to ceiling windows on the private areas of the L-shaped building. Outside, stone and gravel with grass and pavers mirror the home's floorplan, and we love the outdoor living area with fireplace. The courtyard features a peaceful pool. In addition to the five bedrooms and 3.5 baths, there's a pool house/studio with bath as well as a gated parking courtyard. Asking price is $3.995M.
As we said two weeks ago, we assume the new buyers will be joining the Quiet Skies Coalition, because the house is right next to East Hampton Airport, the major drawback of the property.