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Georgica section ’70s time capsule finds a buyer, last asking $2.9M

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The double-height living room has a wood motif

Photos courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens

A ’70s time capsule in the Georgica section of East Hampton has found a buyer under its most recent $2.9 million asking price. Located at 8 East Hollow Road, the modern style home was built in 1974 by architect Alfredo De Vido.

De Vido is known for his residential projects, but he’s also the architect behind the 1993 renovation of the Queens Theatre in the Park. The designer’s personal East Hampton home is also currently on the market.

In November of 2017, the property was listed for sale with a $3,095,000 asking price, but that was lowered down to $2.9 million in March of this year.

The home stands just 1,250 square feet with three bedrooms and two full bathrooms.

Inside the angular home, the double-height living room features a poured concrete staircase with the fireplace set directly below. Hardwood floors meet wood walls, beamed ceilings, and railings throughout the main living space of the home. Meanwhile, the kitchen—which looks like it has maintained its original design—has a mustard yellow tile backsplash and a built-in breakfast nook.

One bedroom can be found on the first floor, while the other two are located upstairs. There’s also a third-floor balcony.

The 0.93-acre property doesn’t have a pool, but there’s plenty of room to add an outdoor living space or expand the current home. Martha Gundersen from Brown Harris Stevens represents the listing.

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