Tuesday, December 15, 2015

The B.F. Evans Residence

The Benjamin Franklin Evans residence designed by J. Curtis Lawrence c. 1913 in East Hampton.  Evans was president of Evans, Conger and Breyer, Inc.  The residence has since been altered but click HERE to see it on bing.


The Ancient said...

Why a parking lot in front of the house? To compete with the monstrosity next door?


Anonymous said...

Kinda like the monstrosity next door. To each his own. Front facade is a little bleak however the ocean facade is engaging. Seems like the "new" houses in this area have stayed within height and setback restrictions and don't overwhelm their older neighbors.

The Ancient said...

Off-topic --

Warhol's house in Montauk sells for $50 million.


The Ancient said...

Off-topic --

"Long Island’s Coming Fiscal Crash"


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