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This Norman Jaffe-designed ’80s contemporary on Accabonac Harbor wants $5M

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We love the interesting angles, floating staircase, and walls of windows that allow for natural light to pour over the home

Photos courtesy of Corcoran

This incredible waterfront contemporary home designed by Norman Jaffe in 1980 has just come on the market for $5 million under Corcoran Group Real Estate agents, Susan Ryan and Michael Schultz.

Described in the listing as “striking and sculptural,” the 3,500-square-foot home has wood floors and walls, interesting angles, and walls of windows and skylights throughout to allow the views over the surrounding landscape into the home. The kitchen in particular almost feels as if it’s located outdoors, with stone flooring and tons of natural light coming from nearly every angle.

Inside, there are three bedrooms and two bathrooms, an open floor plan, a master suite with a private office on the second level, and views over both Accabonac Harbor and Gardiner’s Bay.

On nearly five acres of land, one will find a gunite pool, spa, and water frontage on an undisturbed portion of Accabonac Harbor.