The "Lifespan Extending Villa" claims to lengthen the lives of those who dwell inside of it. It is thought that over time, living in such an environment will strengthen the immune system.
When we first featured the house this past summer, our readers weren’t loving the design and thought that $2.5 million was too high of an asking price.
Just two years the home last sold for $1.75M, the current owner is looking to make some money back on their purchase and has relisted the Sedacca House for $2.5M.
Though not totally transparent like Johnson’s iconic 1949 home, the contemporary home features floor-to-ceiling windows throughout the main living spaces to give a similar effect.
Between three levels of living space, there is grey-stained oak throughout, radiant heated floors, and floor-to-ceiling windows.
Located off Northwest Road in the Northwest Harbor neighborhood, the home first came on the market in July of 2017 for $1,895,000.
Outside, there’s decking, bulkheaded water frontage, and room for a pool and tennis court on the two-acre property.
The house features walls of glass. Ocean views from every room, guaranteed.
Pamela Glazer is one of the most influential female architects on the East End. Let’s take a look at some of her best work.
There’s a completely new structure on the property
Modern gem by Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects
The beautiful Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church was recently nominated to be included in the National Register of Historic Places. Ddid you know the interesting antecedents to this kind of church building?
The owners needed more space in their untouched cottage, but wanted to preserve its look and feel, so they turned to architect Erica Broberg Smith.
In Water Mill, a traditional farmhouse has been given an extension featuring a folded roofline and form meant as a reinterpretation of vernacular architecture by Desai Chia Architecture.
Four old cottages on Firestone Road in Montauk will be replaced by this modern homes by Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects.
This is known as the Sabel House, designed in 1970 by Barbara and Julian Neski. There’s a pool, tennis court, and garage on the generous four acre plot.
We’re huge fans of architect Michael Haverland around here, and this is one of his most dazzling works yet: a home for a hotelier set on 20 acres in East Hampton.
The Montauk Association houses are considered important examples of the Shingle Style, a distinctive American architecture. Now you can buy one for $18.5M.
New York based PRESENT Architecture has designed a home in Springs for a retired couple to age in place. The result is a beautiful, accessible home built on a low budget.
Midcentury architect Andrew Geller cut a playful swathe across the landscape of Long Island with funky vacation homes. This example is known as the Elizabeth Reese house, built in 1963.
The owners wanted to see the water as they drove up to the house, so architect Blaze Makoid created a glass cube at the center of the house that affords views from the driveway straight through to the bay.
This house sits on a bluff with lovely water views. Architect Michael Haverland, together with designer Joe D'Urso, reconfigured the spaces to capitalize on the views.
This place is so gorgeous—and features some of our favorite Hamptons architects and builders—we had to bring it to you. Michael Haverland renovated and added on to a 1915 Darien mansion.