A denim entrepreneur is selling his $12.9M home in the Hamptons

Take a look inside

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Jul.July 03, 2016 10:00 AM
 

This modern Hamptons estate strikes a perfect balance with an open floor plan, ocean views, and total privacy. George Fontini, a denim manufacturer and partner in Mudd Jeans, purchased the 1.84-acre lot for $1.5 million back in 2005. He finished design and construction on the home in 2014, and now it’s back on the market for $12.995 million.

Inside, you’ll find six bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms. The home totals 5,800 square feet and is located in the prestigious Amagansett North neighborhood of the Hamptons.

Justin Agnello, James Keough, and Hara Kang of Douglas Elliman’s Atlantic Team have the listing.

Here’s the bird’s-eye view of the property. It really gives you a sense of how secluded it is.

The modern home is located about a mile from the ocean.

 

Relax in the heated saltwater pool.

 

The outdoor deck is perfect for entertaining guests.

 

Inside, floor-to-ceiling windows offer stellar views. “The 20-foot glass-front living room wall gives you the feeling of being part of the outdoor environment,” Fontini said.

 

The state-of-the-art kitchen opens to the den.

 

The home brings the outside in, combining limestone and glass with attention to detail.

 

A modern style separates this home apart from other estates in the Hamptons. Fontini describes the design as “unique, open, and airy.”

 

The 10-person media room was designed specifically for the property.

 

The home is sure to impress at any time of day.

 

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