An original Mid Century Glass House originally built in the early 1960's. Completely renovated/rebuilt in 2018 with all modern amenities. Inspired by the Glass Box of Phillip Johnson, 137 Copeces was developed in a collaboration between Swedish architect, Iver Loftving, and an architect at Philip Johnson's Architecture Studio who worked on the iconic Seagram's Building, and Athos Zacharias, a modern abstract painter who was working at that time as studio assistant to Jackson Pollock and later to Elaine DeKooning. Two bedrooms and two baths, open living space with nine +/- foot ceilings throughout the entire house with wraparound windows and sliding glass doors leading to the mahogany decking incorporating the indoor/outdoor living at its best. Outdoor living experience is enhanced by the professionally landscaped yard on 0.6 +/- acres, complemented with a gunite pool, several mahogany deck patios, outdoor dining area, and BBQ. Luxury Finishes include Bosch appliances, heated bathroom floors, Floss lights, bathroom and kitchen fixtures by Moen, Frama by Tobias Tostesen, Anne Saks tiles. Few Blocks away from the Pollock House and a quick drive to Amagansett and East Hampton Village. 137 Copeces is close to marinas, restaurants, shops and beautiful ocean and bay beaches where you can enjoy sunsets. Low property taxes $2,600. https://www.dwell.com/article/updated-midcentuy-home-east-hampton-real-estate-1bb08da5
Courtesy of: Douglas Elliman East Hampton
Office Phone: 631.329.9400
Listing Agent: Yorgos Tsibiridis
Updated: 17th January, 2019 7:10 PM.
137 Copeces Lane East Hampton, NY