The Hamptons residence of the late Charles Gwathmey, one of America’s most prominent architects who famously renovated Manhattan’s Guggenheim Museum, has been listed for $4.85 million.
Gwathmey, a principal at Gwathmey Siegel & Associates Architect – who was dubbed one of the “New York Five,” built the home located at 130 Bluff Road, which is one of just two properties on Bluff Road with a grandfathered in tennis court on a one acre lot.
Touted as a “modern work of art,” the 1,934-square-foot, two-story home boasts a living area that is accentuated by a double height ceiling with expansive windows on all sides – offering spectacular views throughout the room, a roof deck with unparalleled ocean views, a secluded pool, lawn, and ample outdoor living space. In addition to the master suite with newly updated bathrooms, the first floor features an additional four bedrooms.
The stunning abode is situated just a quarter mile to the ocean.
“This rare, architecturally significant home designed by Charles Gwathmey is a remarkable piece of art that would be a great addition to anyone who is an avid collector,” shared Hara Kang of Douglas Elliman’s The Atlantic Team, who is representing the listing.