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Jaffe-designed contemporary in East Hampton seeks $350K for the summer

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Live in this curvy contemporary all summer

Photos courtesy of Sotheby’s

Norman Jaffe was once the most prolific architect in the Hamptons, known for the many contemporary homes that he designed throughout the East End of Long Island in the ’70s and ’80s. This summer, you could live in one of those homes in East Hampton for $350,000 from Memorial Day to Labor Day.

Built in 1980, the 7,000-square-foot home has five bedrooms and five full bathrooms on a 2.5-acre plot of land sited off Further Lane. Sited south of the highway, the listing claims that the home is just “minutes from the ocean,” but an address isn’t listed.

Inside, tenants will enjoy lots of natural light pouring over the double-height living room from a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows, vertical wood panels on the walls, and a stone fireplace. There’s also a chef’s kitchen and views over a private pond from the master suite.

Outside, there are gardens, a heated pool with a waterfall, and a courtyard.

Unfortunately, the exterior photo shows a tree blocking the view of the home, so we can’t exactly tell what the exterior looks like in all its contemporary, Jaffe-designed glory. But you can kind of make out the general shape of the home from the curves, which we absolutely love.

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