Architect lists designer Hamptons home

TRD New York /
May.May 27, 2010 01:30 PM
Jacky Teplitzky of Prudential Douglas Elliman and architect Setsuo Ito’s Hamptons home

Setsuo Ito, an architect and sculptor, is marketing his custom-made seven-bedroom, three-story home in the Hamptons, the Wall Street Journal reported. Built in 1993, the 12,000-square-foot property sits on nine acres of land in Water Mill, west of Bridgehampton, and features a 32-foot-high glass pyramid. The home was designed to include principles of Zen Buddhism and feng shui, and is surrounded by evergreens, bamboos, and black pines, according to listing agent Jacky
Teplitzky of Prudential Douglas Elliman. The property also has a 5,000-square-foot sun deck, a pool, waterfall, spa and Jacuzzi.
Ito is relocating to Utah, deciding “he didn’t want the glamour life,” Teplitzky said. The home is on the market for $10.999 million. It is also available for summer rentals: $600,000 for June, $85,000 for July and $95,000 for August. The asking price
for the entire summer, Memorial Day until Labor Day, is $230,000. [WSJ]


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