A top to bottom renovation by the architect-owner of this classic 1970s ranch infused fresh life to the home - a new roof, siding, windows, and doors provided a much needed update, and served to recapture the home's clean modernist spirit. Inside, a serene palette befitting a home meant for total relaxation and ease. You'll find high pitched ceilings lending drama and airiness. The setting is refined, yet still rustic. The new kitchen, adds modern conveniences....grey lacquer cabinets maximize storage, and are complemented by crisp white stone counters and stainless steel appliances. Deft reconfiguration of the layout allows for an intimate dining area. For privacy, the generous-sized master bedroom is situated on one wing of the house and the two guest bedrooms on the opposite side. Bathrooms are appointed with cork flooring, grey Baltic stone and metallic highlights, creating an indulgent, understated experience. Major site changes considered both function and aesthetic; embracing the surrounding environs, new plantings of indigenous moss and ferns introduce a landscape of "artful ruggedness." The newly reconfigured driveway is an elegant, lean line, which culminates in a series of tiered wooden landings leading to the entrance door, linking the dwelling to the landscape. These stepped platforms repeat at the rear of the house, establishing distinct zones for lounging, dining, and sunbathing. A long, crisply detailed gunite pool replete with built-in spa is sited away from the house and tucked away by low evergreen hedges. This clever move extends the green vistas to the adjacent nature preserve and adds another element to making this home the perfect Hamptons retreat.