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Gwathmey-designed midcentury masterpiece in East Hampton is back on the market for $2.5M

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The home sold just two years ago for $1.75M

Photos courtesy of Corcoran

An East Hampton house by notable architect Charles Gwathmey—which he designed shortly after the now-famous Amagansett house on Bluff Road that he built for his parents—is back on the market after selling just two years ago.

Gwathmey designed the house at 19 Northwest Landing Road in East Hampton’s Northwest Woods for graphic artist Joe Sedacca in 1968. Then in 1993, Paul Amador purchased the house from Sedacca for $245,000. After owning the midcentury time capsule for over 20 years, Amador listed the nearly 3-acre property for $2,495,000 in 2015.

By the following summer, a contract had been signed on the house and eventually it closed for $1.75 million.

Now, just two years later, the current owner is looking to make some money back on their purchase and has relisted the Sedacca House for $2.5 million under Corcoran Group’s real estate agent, Michael Schultz.

Standing just 1,200 square feet in size, the home has only two bedrooms and one bathroom. Interiors include an open floorplan, a double-height living room, and a rounded staircase that leads to the second level. Outside, there’s a stucco chimney, a heated pool, and space for entertaining.

New owners will also get an Airstream with their purchase.

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