Upside Down on the East End

The listing for this $11 million, 5,023-square-foot home in Quogue claims it was "built as an upside-down house to take advantage of the dramatic water views." The listing also makes it sound like the kitchen and living areas are upstairs, so maybe that's what the broker meant; if so, it's kind of an odd set-up. But never mind that, because the house is beautifully set on the ocean with five bedrooms, a pool, a "media room," and coral floors. Talk about nautical. An added bonus is the outdoor kitchen grill "cleverly hidden" by a remote-controlled door. [gallery]

The listing for this $11 million, 5,023-square-foot home in Quogue claims it was “built as an upside-down house to take advantage of the dramatic water views.” The listing also makes it sound like the kitchen and living areas are upstairs, so maybe that’s what the broker meant; if so, it’s kind of an odd set-up.

But never mind that, because the house is beautifully set on the ocean with five bedrooms, a pool, a “media room,” and coral floors. Talk about nautical. An added bonus is the outdoor kitchen grill “cleverly hidden” by a remote-controlled door.

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