This amazing example of the mid-century modern builder movement in the Hamptons was built in 1953 and was featured on the cover of that period's Modern Home magazine. It was built to let the water in the tidal marsh flow under the house, and you will never be able to replicate this intimate attachment to the open water of the marshlands and bay ever again. This is truly a one of a kind property for your Hamptons summer rental. 270-degree water views and the most amazing sunrises and sunsets you can find. 3-sided wraparound deck, and direct access to the bay for your paddling pleasure right from the back stairs.
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