Note: An early version of this article stated the sale price as just under $27 million. The article has been updated with the most recent information.
Last summer, pizza heir Anthony Sbarro listed his Southampton Murray Compound estate for $32 million. Sbarro purchased the property in 2014 for $10.26 million and built the existing home with intentions of living in it, but ended up purchasing a different waterfront property.
After two price cuts, the estate was asking $26.95 million in July of this year. Earlier this week, the home closed and sold for $24 million. The buyer was brought by Harald Grant of Sotheby’s International Realty, but it was also available through Douglas Elliman agents Erica Grossman and Michaela Keszler.
Designed by Francis Fleetwood, there’s 15,700 square feet of living space including the finished lower level. It was being offered fully furnished, with interiors designed by Achille Salvagni.
Inside, there are multiple fireplaces, a large eat-in professional kitchen, a two-bedroom guest apartment, a gym, a sauna, and steam rooms. There’s also a built-in bar, theatre, wine cellar, dance studio, and elevator serving all three levels. Altogether, there are nine bedrooms, 11 full bathrooms, and three half-bathrooms.
Outside, there’s a heated gunite pool, pool house, sunken all-weather tennis court, patios, covered decks, and landscaped grounds. The new owner will also enjoy private beach access.
- 101 Pheasant Lane [Douglas Elliman]
- 101 Pheasant Lane [Sotheby’s International Realty]
- A Massive Beauty Asking $32M in Southampton’s Murray Compound [Curbed Hamptons]