There was just something about architect Charles Gwathmey — one of the “New York Five” and the man who famously renovated the Guggenheim Museum in Manhattan.
Now, not only is one of his iconic projects on the market, it’s the one he built for himself.
“We’ve seen art collectors, portfolio holders/investors and Gwathemy enthusiasts have toured this home,” according to listing agent Hara Kang of the Atlantic Team at Douglas Elliman, “and showed lots of interest in purchasing the unique property.”
Kang, together with Justin Agnello and James Keogh, are representing the two-story, 1,934-square-foot home at 130 Bluff Road in Amagansett, listed at $4.85 million — a rare opportunity to own a project by the legendary architect, and featuring original 1970s built-ins, five bedrooms, three baths, a roof deck and pool.
One of two properties left on Bluff Road with grandfathered tennis, the window-walled white modern masterpiece is spacious yet inviting, according to the listing, and a “testament to the visionary creativity of one of America’s most renowned architects.”
“This was one of Charles Gwathemy’s, one of the greatest architects of his time,” Kang said. “It’s one of the most architecturally significant homes built in Amagansett.”
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