This Bridgehampton Beach House Is Out of This World
Walking along the beach in Bridgehampton, the properties that populate your view are nearly always shingle-style manses or stunning modern spreads, but this unique home is shaking things up. Looking as if it was beamed in from a very chic Mars, the sand-colored residence, asking $21.5 million, stands out for it’s boxy shape and artfully placed tiny windows. From the outside, at a glance you might even think, “trendy, Mexican tequila bar?”
Designed by the accomplished Malcolm Holzman, this five-level architectural masterpiece is uncharacteristic of the Hamptons both inside and out. Tranquil and minimalist nude interiors feature wood-beamed ceilings and feel luxuriously natural, matching the pristine beach dunes below. The ocean is visible through windows of every possible size, a quirk that refreshingly strays from the trendy walls of glass that buyers love, but might offer that same satisfaction once viewers enter this beachy sanctuary.
The unconventional design manages to go against the grain yet still exude enviable luxury. With 3,500-square feet of living space sitting on 1.3 acres of land, the posh home boasts five bedrooms, four bathrooms, 130-feet of ocean frontage, and a splendid roof deck that can only be accessed via a bright red ladder on an upper level balcony.