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Glass house in East Hampton designed by Harry Bates lists for $995K

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The iconic architect built it before moving on to Bates and Masi

All photos courtesy of Corcoran

Built in 1972—and designed by Harry Bates before he moved on to becoming a partner at Bates and Masi Architects—this glass house in the Northwest Harbor neighborhood of East Hampton just listed under Corcoran Group Real Estate agent, David Mazujian.

The 1,200-square-foot modern home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. There’s also a pool out back, and the 0.92-acre property comes with beach rights and docking rights.

The home features walls of glass with cedar beams, beamed ceilings, and a wide open floor plan with a spiral staircase leading to the lofted second level with built-in bookcase shelving and an office space. In the double-height living room, one will find a brick wood-burning fireplace, while the kitchen has granite countertops and stainless steel appliances.

An ensuite master bedroom sits on the first level as well as another bedroom, which can also be used as a den, while a guest suite is located on the lower level of the home.

Last sold in 1998 for $285,000, the home has been available to rent on and off since 2015. Earlier this year, it listed for sale at $1.2 million, but came off the market under a $1.15 million asking price, before being relisted under Corcoran for the current price.

East Hampton

, , NY 11937