Costas Kondylis lists Southampton home

New York /
Dec.December 03, 2012 01:30 PM

Famed New York architect Costas Kondylis — the subject of a Real Deal-produced documentary — is looking to sell his Hamptons pad for $3.8 million, Curbed Hamptons reported today.

Kondylis, one of New York City’s most prolific contemporary architects, is looking to sell the four-bedroom Southampton house for $3.8 million, Curbed said. Situated on less than an acre, the 3,500-square-foot, four bedroom house and barn includes floor-to-ceiling windows, a chef’s kitchen, 80-feet pool and spa, an apple orchard and vineyard and an electronic gate and privacy hedges.

Among the buildings Kondylis’ firm is responsible for is the Trump International Hotel and Tower in Columbus Circle, several of the towers at Trump Place and the Trump World Tower. Kondylis has played a role in the design of more than 80 New York high rises.

Kondylis previously told The Real Deal that he exhibits his sports cars in the living room of his Southampton home, where he likes to go every weekend. [Curbed]Hayley Kaplan


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