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Former Lehman CFO Lists East Hampton Home...Again

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Following the collapse of Lehman Brothers and her divorce in 2008, former (some might say "disgraced") Lehman Brothers CFO Erin Callan has been listing and re-listing her 1912 Joseph Greenleaf Thorpe-designed home in East Hampton. According to CNBC:

"In October of 2008, after Lehman had collapsed, the house was listed for sale for $3,750,000. It was pulled off the market a month later, only to be put back on the market in February of 2009 for $3,950,000. A month later the price was dropped back down to $3,600,000. It was taken off the market again three months after that."Well, Ms. Callan has recently decided to put the seven-bedroom home back on the market for the sum of $3.95M. Offered in the sale? A "lovingly renovated" gambrel-style home set on 2 acres of property that offers 5500 sq. ft. of living space, a heated gunite pool, a master suite with a full balcony, and garden vineyards. · Listing: East Hampton Classic [Saunders]
· Inside Erin Callan's Hamptons Hideaway [CNBC]