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Norman Jaffe Designed Home Is Back On The Market With Price Adjustment

Norman Jaffe Designed Home Is Back On The Market With Price Adjustment

A Norman Jaffe designed home is back on the market with a price adjustment. 77 Cross Highway in East Hampton is back on the market, now priced at $6,995,000. Trendsetting design can maximize privacy and natural beauty, and 77 CrossHighway is proof. This Norman Jaffe-designed estate takes advantage of a beautiful setting in a prime location, offering dramatic spaces rich in architectural detail. The core of the home is a double-height entrance hall, which has views to the pool and tiered stone waterworks. Allow the eye to follow the open staircase up toward the skylit atrium above, for a play of air and light worthy of the great James Turrell or Dan Flavin. The entire house was refurbished in 2016, including all systems and fixtures. Formal dining room, eat-in kitchen, and reading nook, sunken living room with massive stone fireplace. Other amenities include Five bedrooms – each with ensuite bath and on its own dedicated level – allowing for an adaptable and autonomous use of space.

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Norman Jaffe designed dozens of homes and other structures in the Hamptons, including the synagogue for The Jewish Center of the Hamptons.
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 Miles Jaffe, the son of Norman, is also an architect, a furniture designer, and artist, based in New York City.

 

 

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