This $45m Hamptons House with Transparent Pool Is the Perfect Getaway Gem!
This $45m Hamptons house with transparent pool is the place we want to live our retirement days at! Would you like to join us?
The modern house has a massive backyard deck complete with a full outdoor kitchen and bar.
Also in the backyard, the place has semi-covered trellises, and a glass pad for sunbathing.
But the reason why we featured the place here is its fantastic pool, a transparent one.
The property is the first Hamptons home designed by Andre Kikoski, who is also the creator of Mr. Kravitz’s 75 Kenmare’s exterior home.
The designer is experimenting with clean lines and natural light to the interiors of this house.
The modern touch of this house allowed him to feature as many views as possible of Bridgehampton’s stunning ocean front and sandy dunes.
“Our intent became to design a house that celebrated the landscapes,” Mr. Kikoski said.
“At the beginning and at the end of the day, there’s something to say about the light, it’s just a stunningly beautiful place.
There’s nothing more perfect than a simple sunrise or sunset. So when we started, we thought how great it would be to do something truly contemporary.”
The designer is one of the few people who recognized the advantages of modern architecture in the Hamptons, a style commonly associated with Malibu.
By maximizing the outdoor space he allowed the house to hit the market faster and while still under construction.
The second-level living space, designed as the main entertaining floor, opens onto the spacious deck via collapsing glass walls.
“We wanted to remove anything between you and the outdoors,” Mr. Kikoski said.
How many bedrooms the house features?
The house features six bedrooms, complete with private bathrooms and a large master suite with its own foyer, and an oversized dressing room. Featured there, is also a private terrace and two bathrooms.
The house has only two rooms without views of the Atlantic Ocean, the staff quarters and the sauna.
“We wanted this building that would have a relationship to the street,” he said of the Kravitz project, “and would be responsive to the time of day and the type of light you have throughout the day.”
“This is my first house on the Hamptons; it really is a beautiful place,” Mr. Kikoski added.
“There’s something about letting the landscape in.”
Would you like to live there?