This is Bliss
September 12, 2016
Lounging in the sun-soaked living room, peering over the Infinity pool with unending views over the crystal clear waters of Montauk’s Fort Pond Bay, this house, in so many ways, feels like the “fantasy”…the ideal we seek in a beach house: relaxed, low-key, open, spacious and tranquil.
Set high atop a cliff on one of the highest waterfront acres in Montauk, this beach house was built in 2000 in the cedar shake, post-modern style.
The architectural plan blended both form and function beginning with soaring double height ceilings, an open floor plan and a wall of French doors that give the effect of living, literally, on the water. The Infinity pool, visible upon entering through the front doors, is a brilliant architectural highlight, visually connecting the house to Fort Pond Bay in the horizon in one gorgeous, seamless line.
The house generously boasts six ensuite bedrooms and extensive decking on the upper and lower floors, which offers stunning, uninterrupted panoramic views.
To know more about the house, contact John Scott Thomas (“JT”) at Halstead Property in East Hampton.