This dwelling combines modern long, low lines with a slight Japanese feel to create one sexy house. Strangely, there isn’t a pool, but with a two-acre plot, there’s plenty of room for one. The good points of the house include the open plan living space with huge walls of glass, including scissored glass doors that fold away in the dining area.
Unfortunately, at least right now, the pictures on the listing are pretty skimpy, but the according to it, the kitchen boasts a screened waterside porch (perfect for summer morning breakfasts, we’re thinking.) There are four bedrooms, including a master in its own wing with water views, “dressing room, laundry, stone bath with free standing soaking tub and access to the deck and one of two outdoor showers.” Three other bathrooms are all ensuite. There’s also a separate guest suite reached by its own staircase and having its own water view deck, and a freetstanding garage with a wall of windows, which could be used as an art studio.
The details: built in 2008, the house is 4665 square feet, with five bedrooms and five baths. It’s set on 2.1 creekside acres in the Westmoreland area of Shelter Island. Asking price for the property, repped by Carolyn Stromberg and Gina Surerus at Corcoran, is $4.395 million.
What say you? Worth it?
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