A Rare Midcentury Home by Bertrand Goldberg Surfaces for $14M on Shelter Island
Location: 2 Charlie’s Lane, Shelter Island, New York
Architect: Bertrand Goldberg
Year Built: 1952 (remodeled in 2002)
Footprint: 6,006 square feet (six bedrooms, four and one half baths)
Lot Size: 3.4 acres
From the Agent: "The Snyder House is something of a legend in the long history of Shelter Island. Built in 1952 and designed by architect Bertrand Goldberg, 2 Charlie’s Lane offers magnificent panoramic water views of West Neck Harbor and Long Island Sound. The home has long considered a ‘must see,’ and onlookers would come from the island and beyond, many transported by amphibious airplanes from New York City to experience the so-called ‘demonstration house.’ In 2002, the current owners undertook rebuilding the home on its original sprawling footprint, maintaining the elements of its midcentury-modern design while sparing no expense to bring this 20th-century masterpiece up to 21st-century living standards of ultimate comfort and high-end quality."
2 Charlie's Lane in Shelter Island, New York, is currently listed for $13,950,000 by Nick Brown of Sotheby's International Realty.