Peter Cook is an architect and owns a prestigious architecture firm in Water Mill under his name. He is a direct descendant of the Cook, Halsey, and Ludlow families, which have roots that extend back over 350 years in Hamptons history. Peter grew up in a New Jersey suburb where he was deeply influenced by the shingle-style architecture of the late 19th century that is now prominent in many of the buildings that stand on the East End. His dramatic expertise in the architecture and construction of fine homes has allowed Peter to parlay that into selling real estate. Truly an encyclopedia of Hamptons real estate knowledge, Peter's skill set is vast and his local connections with builders and designers keep him on top of the ever changing and constantly moving Hamptons real estate market.
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