Rifkin and Baitz List Com­pound in the Hamp­tons

Variety - - Exposure - Mark David The Real Estalker

A se­cluded, art- and book-filled, ul­tra­mod­ern barn-meets-ur­ban loft-style com­pound in a bu­col-ucolic pocket of the ritzy Water Mill area of the Hamp­tons, co-owned by Tony-win­ning stage andd screen ac­tor Ron Rifkin and play­wright-tv screen­writer Jon Robin Baitz, is avail­able at just un­der­n­der $3.5 mil­lion.

Cus­tom-de­signed for Rifkin and Baitz, who star on “Brothers & Sis­ters,” by artist and de­sign-gner Jack Ceglic, a co-founder of the in­ter­na­tional Dean & Deluca gourmet gro­cery chain, the art­fully min­i­mal­ist com­pound is hid­den down a semipri­vate lane that’s share­dred with two other sim­i­larly strik­ing homes, both de­signed by Ceglic. Spread­ing out past al­most two acres of land, the prop­erty is dex­ter­ously land­scaped for com­plete pri­vacy and com­prises three steel-con­structed, shed-roofed struc­tures­res sheathed in dark gray enamel. All to­gether there are four bed­rooms and 4.5 bath­rooms in about 4,600 square feet.

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