Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Hamptons Houses No 38

6 Calf Creek Court
Water Mill, NY
7 Bedrooms 9.5 Bathrooms
6,800 sq. ft.

James Michael Howard does it again and this time it's in the Hamptons!  
I just recently did a blog post on his work here if you want to check out more.  When I stumbled across this home, I knew this one was a good one but didn't know how good until I saw that James Michael Howard is behind this stunning, one of a kind work of art.  Called The Linden House, this residence is detailed and finished with fine craftsmanship and the best in finishes and materials.  The furniture alone, which is included in the price, is a fine mix of contemporary and traditional.  Classic and casual with a lot of sophistication. 

Corcoran has amazing full screen views that I urge you to check out in the listing agent's link above.  You don't want to miss seeing the details close up.

The floor pattern and material is amazing.  Check out the subtle but glamorous lacquered ceiling.

The window treatments and soft color scheme make this room soothing.  I love the ceiling and windows.

The floor is wire brushed quarter sawn white oak.  The gray color scheme is the perfect backdrop to the chrome and stainless steel finishes.  I think the floor, fireplace and dark wood finishes warm this room up.  Look at the lighting - he doesn't miss a beat.

Upholstered walls in a graphic pattern jazz this room up.  Feels more like a New York penthouse to me but the blue brings us back to the beach.  Gold metallic ceiling and chandelier is a great match for the wood tones in here.

In the close up on Corcoran's website you get a better view of the built-ins flanking the fireplace.  The mix of furniture and upholstery is such a unique combination.  Everything invites you to sit and stay awhile.  The travertine fireplace is my favorite in this room.

I love the bedding in this room and the views with what look like remote control window treatments.

Look at these tile patterns and the gorgeous fixtures and moldings.

This is a favorite room of mine because of the timeless furnishings and monotone color palette.

Tile again and fixtures are amazing and what a great place to put a mirror.  Look at the great window details and treatments.

I love the headboard fabric and chest.

You might miss this at first but look at the mirror hung over the window and how the window trim out and sink details are similar.  

Ok, this is a great room.  The pattern layering in here is so great and I love once again the mix of furnishings.

Love the shower trim detail and seamless glass with the lucite towel bar. 

This room is full of nailhead trim but it just works when softened with traditional molding details.

The lighting and fixtures are perfect.  Lacquer and the tile selection go hand in hand.

What a fun take on a game room.  That pool table alone is so unique and the mix of woods, materials and furnishings make for a casual atmosphere.

The way he repeats fabric in a room makes it very inviting.

There is something about that chair, the duvet at the foot of the bed and the light fixture that just work.  Very unorthodox with the credenza and yet so refreshing.

Once again, the stone selection and fixtures are knock out.  I even love the wicker accessory tray.

Another view.  Don't you feel like you're visiting a hotel?

So incredibly well done and amazingly creative.  

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  1. Wow! When can I move in? I think this is my favorite so far., Trisha.
    The living room, bath, and kitchen are my favorites.

    1. I know - right! I wish I could move in too! Good to hear from you!
      Have a fabulous weekend. :)

  2. Nice job spotting this one! I just found it myself.
    I still am undecided as to whether it's a great example of contemporary architecture and design or an insanely overblown Hamptons trophy house.
    Meanwhile, I think that for location and being new construction and fully furnished it's priced well, Hamptons prices being what they are.


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