The Hamptons Home of Legendary New York Times Editor Arthur Gelb Asks $2.775M



The onetime home of Arthur Gelb is on the market for just under $3M.The onetime home of late New York Times managing editor Arthur Gelb has just hit the market after a recent restoration by the current owner, Swiss writer Rose-Marie Bordihn. The one-acre property sits on Head of Pond Road in Water Mill North and features landscaped gardens, a covered Bluestone patio, a gunite pool and a private dock. The house—which was featured in the New York Times for its “architectural beauty,” according to the listing—includes plenty of windows to take advantage of the pond views.

Douglas Elliman’s Maryanne Horwath and Michael Shaheen have the listing.

Arthur Gelb's former Water Mill North home is on the market.

The living room features a window seat that takes advantage of the pond view.

The house sits on an acre of landscaped gardens.

The property features a Gunite pool.

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17 Searles Road
Exquisite millwork and architectural details define this light drenched generously scaled home in the heart of the private Tokeneke Association. This gracious stone and clapboard home was designed by renowned architect Nina Cuccio-Peck and built with today's luxury lifestyle in mind. Gourmet eat-in kitchen and spacious family room open to a private stone terrace. MBR suite offers a most serene retreat with stunning lagoon water views. Living in Tokeneke offers an unparalleled lifestyle with its meandering private roads, inlets and stonewalls. It's the perfect place for your family to enjoy association lobster bakes, cocktail parties and holiday gatherings.



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