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Jaffe-designed home up for sale in East Hampton

The home was built in 1985, but the interior has been refurbished since

All photos, Compass Real Estate

A Norman Jaffe-designed home just went up for sale in East Hampton at 77 Cross Highway for $8,750,000.

According to Bill Williams, the Compass Real Estate listing agent, the home was on the market briefly in 2010 and has been a rental ever since. The last time the property was sold was back in 1998 for $2,400,000.

The home is host to five bedrooms and five-and a-half bathrooms, at 5,100-square-feet. The lot size is 1.35 acres, which includes a heated pool and specimen plantings on the exterior.

The structure was built in 1985, but has undergone updates since. The owners have not changed anything on the interior, but rather have kept everything well-maintained.

“All the interior wood has been sanded and sealed. The only thing the owners have not done are the bathrooms,” Williams told Curbed.

The interior of the home features a double-height entrance hall, skylit atrium, formal dining room, eat-in kitchen, reading nook, sunken living room, and stone fireplace.