As general manager of Robert De Niro’s celeb-magnet Greenwich Hotel — and as former general manager of other high-profile properties like the Chateau Marmont — Philip Truelove is used to dealing with drama.
But he leaves that all behind when he heads to the Shelter Island home that he shares with his partner, Howard Garrett.
Now their shingle-style sanctuary is on the market for $2.35 million.
The home, at 20 South Menantic Road, was built in 1921 and renovated in 2014 by Gachot Studios with an extension by Tchelistcheff Architects.
The house features fireplaces in the drawing room and the open chef’s kitchen/great room, which also comes with a heated and polished cement floor.
The charming residence also boasts an old-fashioned screened-in porch with a handmade Moroccan tile floor.
The 2,200-square-foot residence has four bedrooms and sits on 1.7 acres.
The listing brokers are Corcoran’s Theresa Andrew and Peter McCracken.