This interesting building, by architect Michael Haverland, is set on 2.55 acres right on Accabonac Harbor, near the Pollock-Krasner House. Built by Ben Krupinski in 2008, the house is a signature Haverland design, with long low lines and many windows, all within two rectangular volumes.
The exterior is cast concrete with an intriguing pattern.
Sightlines as you walk through the house are intriguing; there’s a fabulous sunken conversation pit that beautifully complements the midcentury aesthetic. (Is the Doberman included? SOLD!)
In all, the house offers four bedrooms, including an airy master suite, in 4570 square feet. And of course there’s a inviting gunite pool just out back.
The property, represented by Matthew Burns, Ed Petrie, and James Petrie at Compass, is asking $6.15 million. There are few comps at this level in Springs, but our feeling, given that this is an architecturally significant home, is that it’s about right.
For more, click here. 856 Springs Fireplace Road, East Hampton