Located south of the highway on Georgica Pond in East Hampton, a compound at 19 & 23 Chauncey Close just relisted under agent Lori Schiaffino of Compass Real Estate for $29,495,000. The home at 19 Chauncey Close is also available separately for $19.5 million.
Together, the two properties have over seven acres of waterfront land on Georgica Pond. Each property is about three and a half acres.
Earlier this year, the estate made headlines for tacking on a serious addition to the price tag—new plans for a 14,000-square-foot home were included with the property, bumping the asking price to a whopping $85 million. It looks like the property is now being offered as-is, and for less than it came on the market for a few years ago.
Back in 2015, the compound was listed for $45 million, but came down to $32 million the following year. Investment banker Carl Tiedemann owned the properties, though he passed away last year.
The current home at 19 Chauncey Close has over 6,000 square feet of living space, five bedrooms, and four and a half bathrooms. That 3.5-acre property has 450 feet of direct pond frontage facing southwest, while the 23 address has 500 feet of waterfront.
Interestingly, the home has wood beams that were once part of a 16th-century English barn that belonged to the greater Hever Castle in Kent, which is most commonly known as being Anne Boleyn’s estate. The compound was also once part of a historic working dairy farm, Cove Hollow Farm.
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