A striking waterfront home designed by the late, world-renowned architect Norman Jaffe has been listed for $17,999,999, making it the most expensive home on the bay.
The 7,850-square-foot home sits on two lots at 2 and 4 Seascape Lane, spanning more than five acres on Quantuck Bay.
“In my opinion, this modernist work of art is Norman Jaffe’s most crowning achievement on the East End, and it’s without a doubt one of the most major houses west of the canal, where the demand for waterfront properties has grown tremendously,” says Douglas Elliman Real Estate’s Enzo Morabito, who holds the listing.
“The views across the bay and out to the ocean are simply spectacular and the home is beautifully designed to maximize these stunning vistas and natural light,” he continues. “On the whole, this waterfront, two-parcel plot presents a very rare opportunity, though we would entertain selling them separately. In that scenario, we would only sell the land after the house sells first.”
The home, built in 1984, offers southwest views meaning there are some pretty magical sunsets to be seen here. Plus, 700 feet of bulkheading on the bay, including two docks—a 100-foot stationary pier with 30-foot floating dock, makes it so access to the water will never be an issue.
Inside, the five-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bath home utilizes natural wood, geometric lines and walls of windows. Outside, there is over 8,000 square feet of outdoor decking, which allows plenty of space for outdoor entertaining.
A 20-by-50-foot pool and sundeck are situated close to the water, while a tennis court is located closer to the driveway. A professional putting green can be found on the adjacent lot near the water’s edge, creating a breathtaking spot to hone your golf game.
Sounds just about perfect.