In a beautiful, tranquil waterfront setting in East Hampton's Georgica section, this steel-framed glass home presents panoramic views of Georgica Pond's rippling Seabury Creek flowing past the property. The home, designed by Paul Masi of Bates Masi Architects and completed in 2015, has the same simplicity and thoughtful design and the same calming and comfortable feel of a home designed by a disciple of Marcel Breuer that long ago was originally built on the site. Natural materials predominate throughout the five bedroom, three and a half bath home, including radiant-heated mosaic limestone flooring and bamboo plywood paneling. Enter to the central open living areas, where recessed lighting and elliptical skylights are set into the pine plank ceiling. The living room is anchored by a double-sided burnished bronze fireplace that is shared with an adjacent sitting room. The U-shaped kitchen is simple and functional, with a Wolf cooktop and oven, 36" Sub-Zero refrigerator and freezer integrated into the wall and concealed by bamboo paneling, open shelving and a large pass-through to the dining area. Past the kitchen a bedroom suite overlooks the water. Down a hall are an additional bedroom with custom cabinetry and bath with stone-topped vanity and stone-tiled tub with shower. A den with banquettes doubles as a children's bedroom, and a laundry room is past that. At the other end of the home is the waterside master suite with walls of glass on two sides capturing views of the pond and bucolic property. In the master bath are stone flooring and vanity, and a spa tub with creek views. Across the hall is a library or the fifth bedroom with walk-in closet and storage closet plumbed for a bath. A powder room features an exquisite custom-built bamboo vanity that's a work of art. There is also a two-car garage. Outdoors is a 60' heated gunite pool. Ocean beaches and the village center are just a few minutes away.