Designed by architect Charles Gwathmey, the Sedacca House in East Hampton that landed on the market earlier this year for $2.5 million has just cut its asking price for the first time. After the change in price, the midcentury modern house is available for $2,395,000.
Built in 1968 for graphic artist Joe Sedacca, the house was purchased in 1993 by Paul Amador. Amador then listed the midcentury time capsule in 2015 for $2,495,000, and it later sold for $1.75 million by the following summer.
Inside 1,200 square feet, the house includes two bedrooms and just one bathroom. There’s an open floorplan, a double-height living room, and a rounded staircase that leads to the second level. Exteriors offer a stucco chimney, a heated pool, and an Airstream included in the purchase.
Located at 19 Northwest Landing Road in the Northwest Woods area of East Hampton, the nearly 3-acre property is about 2 miles from Cedar Point County Park, and about 5 miles north of East Hampton village shops and restaurants.
Corcoran Group agent Michael Schultz represents the listing.
When we first featured the house this past summer, our readers weren’t loving the design and thought that $2.5 million was too high of an asking price. Now that it’s been lowered, what do our readers think? Do you think that the change will entice a buyer?
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