Formerly owned and built in 1962 by the prominent art collector, Robert Scull, who was known at the time as the modern-day Medici of Pop Art, this Mid-Century Classic is a rare opportunity to restore a work of art with historical and cultural significance in the Village of East Hampton. It was here in 1964 where Mr. Scull commissioned Andy Warhol to paint portraits of his wife Ethel, along with many other commissions by notable heroes of the Contemporary Art era. Originally designed by Paul Lester Wiener in the early 1960s, the clean lines and subtle pallets compliment the flowing indoor to outdoor living and sleeping quarters, all of which are appointed with sliding glass doors directly to the outdoors. A large courtyard anchors the home, which consists of a sizable, open-plan living room flanked by two separate wings reserved for bedrooms and the kitchen. Mature specimen trees abound the property and reflect the colorful characters who've spent many days enjoying the privacy offered by this property. Amenities include a Gunite pool, detached garage and legal guest house bedroom and full bathroom. The house is not landmarked. The property allows for a 5465 sq ft home, which does not include finished basement, screened in porch, pool house, garage, etc.