Jeff Smilow, the structural engineer of One World Trade Center in Manhattan designed a 10,000-squre foot steel and glass structure with floor-to-ceiling windows that Juan A. Figueroa, the mind behind the Williamsburg Savings Bank restoration in Brooklyn, finished designing.
The $5.5 million listing — located at 145 Neck Path in East Hampton — has six bedrooms, six full and two half-baths, two staircases, a basement that connects by tunnel to a four car garage, finished basement lobby, guest bathroom, and spacious storage area.
The glass house has no shortage of natural light and sits on a property of 1.93 acres that enjoys the view of a protected 20-acre nature preserve that surrounds the property.
The kitchen was custom made in Italy by Scavolini with top of the line appliances by Gaggenau, master bathrooms constructed entirely of natural stones and white quartz, radiant heat on all three floors, central air conditioning on the first floor, and a 27×55 ft. heated, saltwater gunite pool with inlaid hot tub. The entire house can be controlled remotely through an iPhone from the gates, to the lighting, heating an air conditioning, and a music system that is independent from the house.
This property is listed with Lori MacGarva and Robert Kohr of Douglas Elliman. For more information, please visit Elliman.com, or call (631) 267- 7374 or (631) 267-7375.