Art Deco Anomaly in East Hampton

THIS IS ONE OF THOSE HOUSES you just want to pick up and put down in a different spot.

It’s an impeccable c. 1930 Bauhaus-style cottage that looks like it belongs, by rights, in the back streets of Miami Beach. Instead, it’s in the Village of East Hampton, where cedar shingles are more the rule.


It’s on the market for 749K, which is a bundle, considering it’s tiny (600 sq. ft.), on a small lot, and (this is the pity part) right across the street from the railroad station.

Still, it’s so cute, inside and out — and unspoiled — I just had to share it with you.

For details and more pics, go here.

About cara

I blog for fun here at casaCARA, and write about architecture, interiors, gardens and travel for many national magazines and websites. My recently published posts and articles can be found here:
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7 Responses to Art Deco Anomaly in East Hampton

  1. a fake name says:

    If it is zoned for business, it would be a perfect … fill in the blank.

  2. Mary-Liz says:

    Ridiculous price!!

  3. cara says:

    Fake, It would be a perfect cafe/newsstand for people caught waiting for those infrequent LIRR trains. Wait – make that a bar!

  4. fake says:

    Bar / 10 -minute shoulder rub joint. Bar / thrift store / consignment shop. Bar / hair salon. (You’ve already nailed the key to this equation, Cara.)

  5. cara says:

    Right, Fake – a liquor license.

  6. mczh says:

    it’s so funny, i saw this from the train the other day on the way back from montauk and wondered about it. love your blog.

  7. cara says:

    Ha – whaddya know. Thanks for the compliment, mczh.

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