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Property Built Among The Trees of New York Exudes Contemporary LuxuryFriday 5 October 2018
Property Built Among The Trees of New York Exudes Contemporary Luxury ⇒ The Old Sag Harbor Road residence is hidden in between the trees in its own private enclave. The four-story contemporary luxury home in Southampton, New York, was designed by Blaze Makoid Architecture, with the help of one of the homeowners who’s an interior designer with an architecture degree. The purpose of the design is to offer an escape from real life with its peaceful landscape, making it feel like a sanctuary perched atop of the wooded lot that comes complete with seamless indoor/outdoor living. Today CovetED brings you a closer look at the amazing property.
Spanning 7,100-square-feet, the home benefitted from the uneven topography, allowing the architects to design a lower floor with a walk-out. The top floor cantilevers out on either end of the linear home that adds square footage without increasing the footprint.
A negative edge swimming pool is just steps away from the main living area, connected by floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors that disappear. The opening spans 22.5 feet making the interior and exterior feel united.
A three-sided fireplace clad in blackened steel offers separation between the living room and dining room. The clean lines and open spaces are clear remarks of the contemporary style, while the use of quality materials transforms it into contemporary luxury.
Both the master bedroom and the bathroom come with amazing floor-to-ceiling windows, providing incredible views of the surrounding nature.
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