Modernist home in pricey Sagaponack returns to market at $18M

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Sagaponack, which one analysis earlier this year found had the priciest residential street in the Hamptons for 2018, now has a 5,000-square-foot wood, stone and steel modernist home on the market at $17.995 million, Newsday reported. Designed by East Hampton-based Bates Masi + Architects, the new construction home sits on nearly an acre of property and has views of the Atlantic Ocean and Sagg Pond. “They’re well-known modernists,” listing agent Christopher Covert of Saunders & Associates told the outlet about the home’s designers. The property at 139 Seascape Lane had been listed for sale two years ago at almost $18.5 million with high-powered Corcoran Group broker Susan Breitenbach. That listing was removed in January, according to Zillow’s Out East. The home, which was completed last year, also has a 665-square-foot pool house, an elevated infinity pool and an outdoor kitchen. The New York Times reported last month that modernism is increasingly en vogue for high-end Hamptons home buyers. [Newsday]