The Hamptons property of the late photographer Pete Turner will hit the market Thursday for $3.87 million — up from its 2019 asking worth of $2.99 million with a unique brokerage.
Turner, who died in 2017 at age 83, is survived by his widow, Reine Angeli. The 5,800-square-foot conventional, cedar-shingled dwelling at 32 Westwood Street in Wainscott sits on 1.4 landscaped acres.
The funky-looking residence options an awesome room with double-height vaulted ceilings, a chef’s kitchen with colourful tile work and a predominant bed room with its personal gymnasium.
The eating room, which additionally has a vaulted ceiling, moreover options skylights and sliding glass partitions that showcase the surface decks and entertaining areas. What’s extra, there’s additionally a pool and a two-story artist’s studio.
As is clear in his dwelling, Turner was recognized for his vivid use of shade — and his work is on exhibit in Paris, Tokyo and New York’s Worldwide Middle of Pictures.
He was additionally recognized for his work on jazz album covers for artists together with Anita O’Day and John Coltrane.
The itemizing brokers are John Vitello and Gayle Osman Lopata, of Brown Harris Stevens.