Meadowcroft, the last remaining Long Island home by famed architect and House & Garden magazine founder Wilson Eyre and one of the great summer places of the Hamptons, according to the definitive book Houses of the Hamptons 1880-1930 (The Architecture of Leisure), is now available. An American treasure, the Arts & Crafts-style estate is an extraordinary example of the holistic approach to the joining of landscape and built form. A testament to the exceptional architecture of the Golden Age, the circa-1904 manse, updated yet in keeping with its true character and original details, was built as a summer cottage for industrialist Theodore Conklin, whose family held the property for five generations. The 9,000-square-foot manse is sited on 6.91 waterfront acres and comes with commanding views of Quantuck Bay. Featuring eight bedrooms; seven-and-a-half baths; lighting by Louis Comfort Tiffany, a friend of the original owner; bespoke fireplaces; wine cellar; movie screening room; wainscoted oak walls; brick-ceilinged lower level, double-swing carriage doors; and staff quarters with separate entrance. Other notable features and amenities include an oversized water-facing swimming pool, dock, outdoor entertaining areas, small cottage and accessory buildings, and 100-plus-year-old rhododendrons.