5,000 SF of additional exterior living space. Architect Chris Coy muses: “The idea of the house is to take advantage of what this extraordinary site has to offer, with a program organized around experiencing views as one moves through the spaces. The palette of materials, all maintenance free, is very simple: architectural concrete, board-formed concrete, stucco, and padouk wood used both as exterior siding and interior paneling in the entry.” Indeed, waterfront vistas are evident from nearly every room each offering retractable walls of glass that highlight the varied liquid backdrop dotted with undulating dunescape. A dramatic stone wall, embracing a gas fireplace, informs the main living space that includes a dining room, an office/media room and two powder rooms. Pocket doors open to the sleek kitchen elegantly appointed with quartzite countertops, matte lacquer cabinetry, top-of-the-line appliances by Gaggenau, a butler’s pantry and convenient access to the outdoor dining area with built-in Lynx grill. Begin and end your days in the splendor of the expansive, yet serene, master wing sequestered behind a massive pivot door that reveals water views from nearly every angle with sliding glass doors opening to a large private terrace overlooking the pond, ocean, and bay. Two walk-in closets with built-in’s connect with the spa-like bathroom enhanced with a free-standing soaking tub, two glass-enclosed showers, a water closet and floor to ceiling stone. A featured guest suite also graces this level offering enviable views of Mecox Bay along with an exquisite bathroom consisting of an oversized glass-enclosed shower, a floating vanity with dual sinks and dramatic stone throughout. The middle level finds 5 guest bedrooms all with water views and baths ensuite as well as a 2-bedroom staff wing with kitchenette, eating area and laundry room. This level also provides for an expansive media and recreational room offering wet bar, refrigerator and walls of storage. A glass enclosed gym with bath and sauna completes this floor that opens its own terracing connecting upwards to the main 3,100 SF outdoor stone terrace hosting an outdoor kitchen, ample room for alfresco dining and lounging all looking over the infinity edged pool to the pond and ocean beyond. Three doors open into a six-car garage where a 3500 SF await on the ground level for a future screening room and an integrated tennis pavilion that opens onto the tennis court via a wall of glass. An elevator connects all 3 floors to the 800 +- rooftop deck with outdoor kitchen and built-in seating that offers 360° panoramic views creating a sublime spot for a glass of wine, brandy or that post-prandial cigar. Coy, finishing his thoughts, offers: “A unique feature of this property is its setting on Channel Pond, situated in the ocean dunes. The house enjoys views of very rare wetland dunes as the foreground to the ocean view. There is a new walkway to the pond, through bayberry bushes and dune grass, to a new dock. It is possible to keep small sailboats, skiffs, kayaks, etc. on the pond.” With a recent price adjustment along with a vastly diminished inventory of great waterfront properities, this singular estate awaits.