Laundry Building Conversion / Greenport, New York

Constructed in 1930, the building in Greenport, New York was previously used as the town’s laundry and sits next to simple Victorians and a former boathouse. American film director Clay Weiner bought the home from New York City artist Rob Pruitt in 2006, and the structure was remodeled and modernised shortly thereafter. The listing offers two buildings, a 408 square metre live/work space and a smaller, neighbouring cottage. The larger of the two has a dark grey exterior covered in vines, a facade that hides an airy and light-filled space inside — via Curbed

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