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Inside East Hampton’s quirky country cabin The Antler House

This upside-down home designed by Andrew Geller is an architectural gem nestled into a secluded spot in East Hampton.

Completed in 1968, the Antler House is fresh from an AIA award-winning refurbishment by firm Architecture AF that has reinstated the nuances of Geller’s unorthodox design. Its pitched roof and wooden panelling is in the realm of classic country cabins but punctuated by a series of distinctively shaped windows that form semi-circular cut-outs.

Photography: Architecture AF

They flood living spaces with natural light, and offer views of the many trees  that line the cabin’s one-acre lot. Two of its three bedrooms are located on the East Hampton holiday home’s ground floor, while the upper level’s terrace lets guests bask in the leafy treetops.

Louse Point beach is located close to the Antler House, as is the town of Springs – once home to Jackson Pollock. The midcentury holiday home is available via Stay Marquis for $417 per night.

Photography: Architecture AF
Photography: Architecture AF
Photography: AF

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