Situated in the East Hampton, on totally private 3.25 acres, this incredible residence was impeccably designed by Marmol-Radziner and located on a gently sloping site at the top of a hillside. From the street, the exterior profile is horizontal and unobtrusive. Upon entering the house, the layering of the interior volumes becomes apparent and the house opens up to expansive views of the surrounding zen-like grounds and tucked away tennis court. Looking across the pool terrace and garden, vistas of the landscape are framed by windows and the wings of the house. In contrast to the surrounding areas, the house and centrally raised pool terrace are conceived as refined elements hovering above the untamed landscape. Liiving, dining, and kitchen areas of the house are flanked on either side by two private wings: one bedroom wing and one guest bedroom suite. Floor-to-ceiling glass and double-height spaces accentuate the verticality of the landscaping. A sunken library offers space for reading and quiet contemplation. On the upper level, the master bedroom opens onto an exterior terrace that looks out over the tree canopy. On the lower level, there is a spa, game room, media room, gym and wine room. Exterior materials include Italian stone cladding and glass windows and doors framed in black anthracite zinc. Horizontal roof planes extend beyond the building envelope, creating covered spaces for exterior living and entertaining at all times of the year. It is in a class of its own and should not be missed!