ARTISTS RETREAT AND CREATIVE WORK SPACE

2 Cedar Point Rd.
East Hampton NY 11937
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Property

Ownership: Single Family
Type: single-family
Bedrooms: 4 BR
Bathrooms: 3.5
Area: 3600 sq ft
Lot Size: 3.1 Acres

Financials

Price: $1,900,000
Mohna Hoppe
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
62 Park Place, East Hampton, NY 11937

Description

Minutes from both East Hampton and Sag Harbor Villages, built on a rise and set on an east/west axis with large windows facing south [following the ancient Chinese principle of Feng Shui], this contemporary house and painter’s studio sits on 3.12 acres. The focus of the heart of the house is the hand-made atrium skylight, through which the moon, stars, and various birds are visible, as they travel through, perhaps en route for Cedar Point Park, a 600-acre park across the street. Which provides miles of hiking trails meandering through groves of oak and pine trees, wetlands, ponds, and creeks, adding a further sense of seclusion. The 3,600-square-foot house has a clean, modern design with Arts and Craft elements. The use of steel columns and I-beams in the combined kitchen, living, and dining room made it possible to avoid columns allowing a much larger open space. A door from the kitchen opens out to a spacious deck, surrounded by tree tops which overlooks the pool with winter water views in the distance conveying a Tree House feeling. It’s all about having and using as much natural light possible. Large and airy, the bedrooms all have big windows as well. The master has a small sitting area opposite the bed, and an actual study area down a short hallway. From the study one can see the 750sqft with 16ft high ceiling painter’s studio with substantial natural light. The full basement under the house, measuring 2000 square feet, is full of possibility with its 12-foot height and meandering configuration. It’s uses are immeasurable - It can be as simple as a multi car garage but would work just as well as an exercise area, recording studio, sculpture studio, or theatre..... Truly a multifaceted environment to create, work, to be inspired or just enjoy the serenity of living in and with nature at its best. There is an Olympic-length concrete and gunite pool with inlaid tiles, a summer kitchen, and private guest quarters with its own entrance. Some of the materials incorporated in the house are from Uruguay, such as the marble and granite used throughout, as well as the wooden doors. The cedar and pine wood used to build are hand-milled from northern Vermont. With central air-conditioning, thermal heat, 12 foot ceilings and a full basement under both the house and the studio, no one would hardly ever want to leave.

Amenities

  • Basement
  • Bathroom on First Floor
  • Breakfast Area
  • Central AC
  • Full Basement
  • Garage
  • Gunite Pool
  • Heat
  • In Ground Pool
  • In-Law Suite/Private Guest Quarters
  • Other Heat
  • Outdoor Shower(s)
  • Pool
  • Water view
  • well

Neighborhood

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ARTISTS RETREAT AND CREATIVE WORK SPACE

Description

Minutes from both East Hampton and Sag Harbor Villages, built on a rise and set on an east/west axis with large windows facing south [following the ancient Chinese principle of Feng Shui], this contemporary house and painter’s studio sits on 3.12 acres. The focus of the heart of the house is the hand-made atrium skylight, through which the moon, stars, and various birds are visible, as they travel through, perhaps en route for Cedar Point Park, a 600-acre park across the street. Which provides miles of hiking trails meandering through groves of oak and pine trees, wetlands, ponds, and creeks, adding a further sense of seclusion. The 3,600-square-foot house has a clean, modern design with Arts and Craft elements. The use of steel columns and I-beams in the combined kitchen, living, and dining room made it possible to avoid columns allowing a much larger open space. A door from the kitchen opens out to a spacious deck, surrounded by tree tops which overlooks the pool with winter water views in the distance conveying a Tree House feeling. It’s all about having and using as much natural light possible. Large and airy, the bedrooms all have big windows as well. The master has a small sitting area opposite the bed, and an actual study area down a short hallway. From the study one can see the 750sqft with 16ft high ceiling painter’s studio with substantial natural light. The full basement under the house, measuring 2000 square feet, is full of possibility with its 12-foot height and meandering configuration. It’s uses are immeasurable - It can be as simple as a multi car garage but would work just as well as an exercise area, recording studio, sculpture studio, or theatre..... Truly a multifaceted environment to create, work, to be inspired or just enjoy the serenity of living in and with nature at its best. There is an Olympic-length concrete and gunite pool with inlaid tiles, a summer kitchen, and private guest quarters with its own entrance. Some of the materials incorporated in the house are from Uruguay, such as the marble and granite used throughout, as well as the wooden doors. The cedar and pine wood used to build are hand-milled from northern Vermont. With central air-conditioning, thermal heat, 12 foot ceilings and a full basement under both the house and the studio, no one would hardly ever want to leave.

Amenities

  • Basement
  • Bathroom on First Floor
  • Breakfast Area
  • Central AC
  • Full Basement
  • Garage
  • Gunite Pool
  • Heat
  • In Ground Pool
  • In-Law Suite/Private Guest Quarters
  • Other Heat
  • Outdoor Shower(s)
  • Pool
  • Water view
  • well

Neighborhood

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