This modern green home is located in Bridgehampton, NY. It was designed by Tommy Zung and boasts over 8,000 square feet of living space with 7 bedrooms, 10 full and 2 half bathrooms, bluestone patio, heated swimming pool with spa and more. It is listed at $11,995,000.

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  • Daniel

    Hate everything except the kitchen. Totally overpriced snoozefest.




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    • Barney

      LOVE everything. The price is (while admittedly psychotic, like MOST of the homes here on HOTR) ON PAR with the Hamptons and ALL it’s design features are in perfect keeping with the genre.

      If it’s not a gargantuanly & uselessly oversized, ridiculously and claustrophobically over-decorated Georgian, Mediterranean, English Tudor, French Country or Chateau, Queen Anne, Italianate, Early American or LITERALLY ANY kind of TRADITIONAL WHATSOEVER, it’s garbage to SOME people.




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      • Daniel

        Barney, we both know each others stance on homes of this style. I will ALWAYS choose the oversized, overdecorated “Georgian, Mediterranean, English Tudor, French Country or Chateau, Queen Anne, Italianate, Early American or LITERALLY ANY kind of TRADITIONAL WHATSOEVER” when it is compared to the smut above. It’s not a home in my eyes.




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  • Grrrowler

    A collection of squares and rectangles, not so cleverly arranged. That’s about it.




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  • Nick

    Uninspiring interior, unjustified price.




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  • Venom

    When I see staircases like that all I can think is that no woman could have designed this house. I would be pissed if I was a woman and I had to walk up that staircase in a dress or a skirt, or even a parent with daughters.

    Other than that the house is OK and the price is so so.




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  • NOVA Ben

    It’s okay…parts of it look nice and bright, but overall there’s not many interesting things going on design-wise. And that price…yikes.

    Whenever I see the expanses of glass in homes like this, I just imagine the dog-nose smears it’d have all over it if I lived there. My furry roommate thinks that you’re not *really* seeing what’s outside if your nose isn’t pressed right up against the window.




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