Dating back all the way to 1969, this remarkable architectural masterpiece was designed by Richard Meier & Partners Architects and was based on beautiful, clean shades of white. Built following the principles of early-Modernist architecture, the residence can be found on a 3-acre property in East Hampton, New York, USA.
The residence was built cleverly in order to capture as much natural light as possible, while its upper 2 stories benefit from the most majestic views of the nearby coastline. The exterior layout impresses with a series of ribbon windows and wood siding that boasts distinct shades of white.
The home is entered via an outdoor staircase that is linked with the guesthouse, while the entry hallway leads to a breathtaking double-height living room that includes a number of steel columns. The only triple-height area of the house is the dining room, but one of the most impressive areas is definitely the master bedroom. This section includes its own walk-in closet, covered terrace and ensuite bathroom, but its large beds and generous amount of amenities also contribute to a feeling of utmost comfort and wellness.
Other accommodations include 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, but the Saltzman House also boasts with a den, a fully equipped kitchen and a spacious terrace on its upper level.
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