The heavily renovated 1948-built three-bedder hit the open market recently with an asking price of $7.5 million.
A single-level rambler, the home’s personality merges an ethereal feel with the invitational quality provided by plentiful glass and many sets of French doors. The interiors feature blazing white walls, ceilings, and beams, as well as pale beige stone tile floors, mirrored wall panels and a gas fireplace; crystal chandeliers with ornate milled plaster mounts — including one over the kitchen island — enhance the more blue-blooded pretentions of the home. Specialized spaces in the house include a solarium room and a dayroom.
The master bedroom features a second gas fireplace and glass walls that open to a private section of the terrace that overlooks the property’s 75 feet of beachfront. It’s a pleasantly meditative spot, and continues to incorporate a larger landscaped section with a fire pit; in back, the property layout places a grassy dining area and outdoor fireplace between the home and the privacy hedges that protect it from prying eyes.
Click here to view the full listing.