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East Hampton contemporary home lands on the market for $2.67M

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The facade is black painted cedar

All photos, Sotheby’s

This is the first time this home—built 2014—has ever been on the market. Sold as an empty lot in 2011, the property is now a four-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom manse that’s asking $2,670,000.

While the home isn’t exactly huge at 2,650-square-feet, it has a smartly laid out floorplan that maximizes every square foot.

Open and airy, the expansive double-height great room has floor-to-ceiling windows and a black ceramic fireplace.

The kitchen’s focal point is its island, which is made entirely of elm and doubles as a dining table for six. Other highlights include lacquer cabinetry and Wolf and Subzero appliances.

Off the kitchen, there’s a fully-integrated bar with wine storage and a fridge.

The master suite places the free-standing soaking tub right inside the bedroom.

The bathroom has the same simplistic geometric tile that the kitchen backsplash has, and has a separate space with the toilet and glass-enclosed shower.

Outside is an expansive patio adjacent to the heated in-ground pool.