Two Barns, a Water Mill home that’s made up of two reconstructed 17th-century barns from England, came on the market back in July for $3,495,000 under listing agent Korine Konzet of Brown Harris Stevens. After just over two full months on the market, the home has come down in asking price to $2,995,000.
Ed Victor, a famed literary agent who represented names such as Eric Clapton and Tina Brown, owned the home before he passed away in June earlier this year. He and his wife, Carol Ryan, were inspired by the converted barn that Ryan rented in Bridgehampton.
Though the barns themselves are from the 17th century, the home came together in 1982, inspired by British architect Edwin Lutyens. In over 3,000 square feet of space, there are five bedrooms, four bathrooms, four wood-burning fireplaces, a 25-foot great room, white stucco walls, hand-hewn black oak beams, aged brick, and 15-foot French doors that lead outside.
The second barn acts as the master suite, with a fireplace, dressing area, and master bathroom with claw foot tub, shower, sauna, and fireplace.
Other features include a full gym, garage, tennis courts with viewing pavilion, putting green, pergola-covered dining space outside, a full outdoor kitchen, and a heated pool.
- Reconstructed 17th century barns in Water Mill asking $3.5M [Curbed Hamptons]
- Literary agent Ed Victor’s previous Water Mill home is up for sale [Curbed Hamptons]
- 516 Little Noyac Path [Brown Harris Stevens]