This Modernist Vacation Home is Shaped Like a Shell

This Modernist Vacation Home is Shaped Like a Shell

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Tara Bellucci
Oct 11, 2016
(Image credit: Saunders & Associates via Zillow)

When you're all about that beach life, you design a home that's shaped like a nautilus shell. This restored 1972 home on Shelter Island is #vacationgoals.

(Image credit: Saunders & Associates via Zillow)

According to the listing, this modernist home's first owner was a fashion designer, a trend that continues to this day in the popular vacation spot (Jonathan Adler once called it "totes chill" and the "anti-Hamptons").

(Image credit: Saunders & Associates via Zillow)

The shell-shaped two bedroom, three bath has a sunken living room with fireplace and built-in seating.

(Image credit: Saunders & Associates via Zillow)

The current owner, an artist, updated the space with clear cedar as well as glass and stone accents throughout.

(Image credit: Saunders & Associates via Zillow)

Concrete counters, cedar accents, and floating cabinets can be found in the curvy kitchen.

(Image credit: Saunders & Associates via Zillow)

The 1,450 square foot home overlooks Lily Pond, which accounts for 1.3 acres of the property. The saltwater pool is surrounded by an elevated patio and a pool cabana.

It's currently listed for $1.649 million.

h/t Wowhaus

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