A contemporary home from 1962 with walls of glass in the Georgica section of East Hampton has just come on the market for $4.85 million under Sotheby’s International Realty agent, Rylan Jacka.
Though it needs some work inside—we’re taking the listing’s lack of bathroom photos as a sign that those are in need of some renovating—the midcentury home is a great opportunity for those looking to take on a project with history. The house was originally designed by architect Paul Lester Weiner, who is known for the historical Contempora House in Rockland County, New York, and for his neighborhood development project of Washington Square in New York City in 1958.
The 2,500-square-foot structure has three bedrooms and three full bathrooms, as well as an open floorplan and two separate wings: one for the bedrooms and the other for the kitchen and dining rooms. An exposed courtyard sits in the middle of the home, allowing for a unique indoor-outdoor living space.
There’s also a gunite pool, detached garage, and pool house studio on the 1-acre property.
Sited south of the highway, the home is about equidistant from the ocean at East Hampton’s Main Beach and Georgica Beach.
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- 123 Georgica Road [Sotheby’s]