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No longer eschewed, gas fireplaces are showing up in East End houses
Gas fireplaces fit diverse architectural styles and can be large or small. The room above is in the East Hampton Kapp residence.
By Alastair Gordon
The Antler House in Springs
The Antler House in Springs was designed by Andrew Geller in 1968. Andrew Geller Architectural Archive
By Isabel Carmichael
The sitting area faces what had been the front of the church, and a wood-burning stove has taken the place of the lectern. Durell Godfrey
A compound in Sagaponack fulfills two artists’ dreams
Red Circles and Waves
Hans Vandebovenkamp’s sculpture “Red Circles and Waves” is among many on the grounds.

Ignoring advice to tear it down, they created a cozy hideaway
Original 17th-century Conklin farmstead, on Main Street, Amagansett
Original 17th-century Conklin farmstead, on Main Street, Amagansett

Meticulously restored, a 19th-century house has retaken its place in architectural history.
“The project evolved from a simple renovation to really understanding what the house was,” said Marsha Soffer, who oversaw the restoration of the 1891 Charles H. Adams house. Durell Godfrey