image of Jemima Kirke and her Hamptons apartmentLadies and gentlemen, fire up your inner bohemian. It’s time for tour of a funky East Hampton waterfront home that belongs to a rock drummer and his interior-designer ex-wife — and that served as the the summer playhouse of “Girls” star Jemima Kirke.

Newly listed for $2.9 million, the Gardiners Bay property at 133 Gerard Drive in East Hampton Springs belongs to Bad Company drummer Simon Kirke and his ex Lorraine Kirke, whose chic touches are apparent in every listing photo.

According to 6sqft, the 1900 cottage — with 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, and its own private beach — was completely renovated under the direction of Lorraine Kirke, whose eclectic style and sensibility prompted her to open a Perry Street clothing boutique called Geminola. (It closed a few years back.)

The Kirke family is headed by Simon Kirke, the drummer for the classic rock band Bad Company. Simon has since moved onto other places, including a Gramercy Park co-op he purchased a year ago.

With decor far from the cookie-cutter look of white oak, white subway tile and a sea of neutral finishes, this creative property cries out for a new owner that will embrace its boho vibe.

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