Sotheby's International Realty® Listing
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    852 Springs Fireplace Road
    East Hampton, New York, 11937
    United States

    852 Springs Fireplace Road
    East Hampton, New York, 11937 United States

    • Jenny Landey
    • Ethan Dayton
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    A Piece of Art History - Squirrel Hall

    Art History lives here. Former home and art studio of American Abstract Expressionist painter Conrad Marca-Relli, this rustic circa 1800's compound sits near The Pollock-Krasner House, and rolling pastures and farmland. Affectionately named Squirrel Hall, the main house boasts an addition of a beautiful saltbox barn gifted from art patron Adelaide deMenil. Surrounded by meadow and preserve in the rear of the property, this place offers magnificent landscape views. A wonderful retreat replete with history; Marilyn Monroe rented while married to Arthur Miller, and Willem de Kooning and Jackson Pollock gathered frequently. The living room has barn beams, fireplace, and clerestory windows with stairs leading to the en-suite master bedroom overlooking the fields. The sitting room also with a fireplace, built by Conrad himself, has the most beautiful authentic oval window and a floor-to-ceiling bookcase. This is a one-of-a-kind property and is the first time being offered for sale in over 60 years.
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    Amenities & Features

    • Listing Details
      • Property ID
      • MLS#
      • Property type
        Single Family Homes
      • Marketed By
        Sotheby's International Realty - East Hampton Brokerage
      • Status
      • Listing Price
      • County
        New York County
      • School District
        Springs Union Free
    • Utilities & Building
      • Year Built
      • property taxes
      • Lot Size Unit
      • Lot Size
    • Interior
      • Amenities
        2 Fireplaces, Deck, Hardwood Flooring, Washer Included, Dryer Included
      • Full Bathrooms
      • Partial Bathrooms
      • Bedrooms

    In the News

    Tuesday, May 25, 2021

    The New York Post, "These $25M Hamptons Mansions Hit the Market —With Tons of Nostalgia"

    The New York Post