It’s not every day that an Andrew Geller-designed house crops up on the market. The sad truth is that many of the midcentury modernist’s edifices have been demolished. This 1963 specimen is typical of the architect’s quirky, angled beach houses.
The boxy exterior looks like it could sail away, what with its wild triangular windows with projecting flaps that look like a ship’s sails. Inside the three-bedroom, two-bath home Geller’s details remain including open beams and a wonderful rustic stone fireplace. There are, however, new appliances and updated fixtures, plumbing, electric and HVAC. There is also a Gunite pool and renovated pool house.
Whether or not you’re a Geller fan, you can show off this collectible architectural statement while building another house on the five-acre property. The price has just been reduced from $2.2M to $1.995M.
- 375 Brick Kiln Road, Bridgehampton [Sotheby’s]