Inspired by nature, this sophisticated modernist Shelter Island home takes its design cues from the spiral form of the Nautilus shell. Set on 2.3+/- tranquil pond front acres, the property pairs creative design with the best of nature and inspired landscaping. Originally built in 1965, the house has been restored and enriched by a noted artist with an impeccable eye for detail. Gently curving clear cedar walls and high beamed ceilings combined with concrete counter tops and original interior brick work offer an organic feel that blends seamlessly with the natural setting outside. The living room features a sunken conversation pit with a freestanding fireplace reinforcing the authenticity of its era. Exterior highlights include a wood trellis covered brick patio, heated gunite free-form pool, expansive lawn and separate cabana. Direct access to a large and bucolic pond is perfect for stand up paddle, canoe and kayak activities. An exceptional opportunity to live in a 1,450+/- sq. ft. work of art.