Long Island home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright disciple asks $13.95M

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A Long Island estate designed by a student of Frank Lloyd Wright is up for sale in a posh Long Island vacation town.

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Located on Shelter Island, the 3.4-acre gated lot is worth $13.95 million. It is listed in a joint exclusive with Nicholas B. Brown of Town & Country as well as Gary DePersia of Corcoran.

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“The original structure was a boathouse built in 1952,” Brown told The Post, “and the homeowner rebuilt the entire house on the original foundation, respecting the integrity of the home but transforming it into a modern place where everyone would be excited to live. “.

The original building was designed by this student, Bertrand Goldberg, and was renovated (and expanded) by the current occupants in 2002. masonry and a huge eight-pipe chimney.

There are several outdoor dining areas.
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Kitchen.
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Floor-to-ceiling windows in one of the many meeting spaces.
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The original structure on the site was built in 1952.
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Currently, the house is planned as a six-room.
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There are still many mid-century accents throughout.
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Much of the stonework was taken from the first building on the site.
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The house is located on a plot of 3.4 acres.
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Swimming pool.
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In total there are 4.5 bathrooms in the house.
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“The family was incredibly happy there,” but they’re ready to start a new chapter, said Brown, whose listing lists the six-bedroom, 4.5-bath apartment as “one of the most exclusive waterfront retreats in the East End.” his listing.

The property boasts wood, stone and grass paths, flowering meadows, grassy lawns and 410 feet of straight waterfront. There is a 250-foot dock built from imported ipé that can also accommodate multiple boats. As for other perks, there’s a beach sand fire pit, multiple al fresco dining areas, a 74-foot gun pool, and “place to add a tennis court.”

Inside the one-story structure, warm slate flooring, mahogany ceilings, and a main wing with walk-in closet and “spa-style bathroom”. A stone fireplace anchors a three-sided meeting room, waterfront views and mid-century notes throughout.

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