Designed by architect Malcolm Holzman, this 3,500-square-foot Bridgehampton house sticks to a pretty simple color scheme, which, according to the listing, is meant to “mimic the look and feel of the beach with serene sand-colored-hues throughout.” Possibly the most impressive aspect of the 1988 home—aside from the ocean views—is the fact that it’s a whopping five-level structure.
Among the five levels, the kitchen and dining room are on the first level, followed by the living room and media room, and four guest rooms sited on the third floor.
The master suite sits between the two highest levels, with the sitting room and balcony on the second to highest floor, and the master suite on the highest level. There are tall windows in nearly every room of the house to maximize the water views, including sliding glass doors in the living room.
Also in the living room, one will find hardwood floors and wood-beamed ceilings. In the kitchen, there are stainless steel appliances and matching cabinets for a uniform look throughout.
A red ladder accessed by the oceanview balcony leads up to a rooftop deck.
Located at 155 Surfside Drive in Bridgehampton, the 1.3-acre property has 130 feet of direct ocean frontage and room for a pool. The property is located about two and a half miles from Bridgehampton’s business district.
Architect Malcolm Holzman is known for his public projects, of which he’s designed and programmed over 130 in his career. Among those, he’s done 35 library projects over the last 50 years.
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