A vast art gallery-style property has hit the market in the tiny Long Island hamlet of Bridgehampton, and it’s designed by the artist behind NYC institution Dean & DeLuca.
Light pours into the barn-inspired home – one of four Jack Ceglic-designed properties on the site, that follow his restrained approach to design.
Towering 20-ft-tall, floor-to-ceiling windows and agricultural-style steel cladding riff on the rural vernacular of New York’s farm buildings. Interiors meanwhile are crisp, minimalist and utterly modern.
Expansive white walls offer plenty of space for homeowners to hang artworks – and the current owner of this Bridgehampton property has done just that. Concrete floors run throughout, adding to the airy, gallery feel of the home. It’s reminiscent of Ceglic’s approach to the interiors for NYC grocery store Dean & DeLuca, which he designed in the late 70s as a strictly minimalist response to the excess detail and colour of the era.
Number 78 Windmill Lane is marketed in collaboration by The Lori Schiaffino Team at Compass and @TheCreativesAgent for $4.25m. The Long Island property has three bedrooms, a library and den, as well as a walled garden, outdoor pool and pair of en-suite guest bedrooms, accessed via a long gallery and courtyard.