A midcentury modern gem designed by Andrew Geller, widely known for his sculptural beach houses, has entered the market for $2.7 million.
The recently revamped East Hampton, NY, “Antler House“, as it’s known, is said to be one of Geller’s best works. But it wasn’t always so clearly tied to the famed architect.
When the current owners purchased the two-bedroom weekender in 2014 for $625,000, it was in a state of utter disrepair.
While closing on the home, the sellers accidentally discovered the architect’s plans stashed in the ruins of a demolished shed. The rest is renovation history.
“The house was completely restored by the sellers—referencing the original, pencil-drawn plans by Andrew Geller himself, ” says listing agent Esteban Gomez. “They turned the Antler House into a year-round property, giving it modern conveniences and updates.”
Completed in 2020, the renovations included an open-concept kitchen, new bathrooms, and central heating. The homeowners also replaced all of the interior walls with new cedar.
The result is a turnkey, luxury beach house that feels like it hasn’t aged a day since Geller designed it in 1968.
The 1,292-square-foot home is deeply connected to its surrounding, forested landscape.
“We love that the deck is just off of the living and dining area,” Gomez says. “It’s essentially an extension of the living room—large enough to accommodate a dining table, two chaise lounges for sunbathing, a picnic table, and a grill.”
The lot’s 1.1-acre size and coveted location make it a true find for anyone seeking a private, summer getaway—or even a year-round residence—in the Hamptons.
“The fact that it’s just minutes away from Louse Point Beach is a huge bonus,” Gomez notes. “It’s hands down, the best-kept secret out east—very much a local hangout spot.”
And if that’s not enough, the inviting property is just a short drive to Amagansett, East Hampton, and some of the area’s best farm stands.