Think Hamptons and probably most of us have an image of sprawling hedge fund mega-estates, hard not to imagine when that what seems to dominate the real estate glossies these days. But there are still by far mostly those smaller properties that have over the years rambled along and grown up on their own that have a distinctly Northern Long Island / New England feel.
The home of Perry Sayles and Stephen Harvey out in Sagaponack is one such. Grey shingled siding, holds together the jumble of spaces that make up the home. Tucked into a patch of greenery, with a central pool deck.
The interior of the home is modern, almost Swedish / New England, warm blond wood, throw carpets and splashes of red.
The kitchen is updated and has all the comforts of a chef’s eat-in, maintaining it’s simplicity. Lovely cabinets.
The ground floor has herringbone dark brick floors, which are a nice touch, reminds us of older wood floors, but in a darker brick, which contrasts beautifully the Chimney wall.
The architects of record are Taryn Christoff and Martin Finio.
Photography by Scott Frances