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Seinfeld-approved Hamptons home lists for $8.75M

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The Amagansett dwelling was also featured in the 1998 film, “Deep Impact”

All photos via Corcoran

In 1994, the TV series, Seinfeld, had an episode, titled, “The Hamptons,” that introduced the term, “shrinkage,” and featured a single-family home that once served as a U.S. Army bunker. The New York Post reported that the featured Amagansett home is now up for grabs for $8.75 million.

The home spans 4,000 square feet with a little over 1.3 acres of land. There are four bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms that are featured inside as well as two fireplaces and a “bunker” split into three sections.

For those who enjoy the waterfront, the listing boasts 228 feet of beachfront as well as a gunite pool and ocean views from an upper level deck. An attached two-car garage is also included.

While seen on Seinfeld, the residence has also been in another 1998 film, called “Deep Impact.” If interesting in getting a look at the home, check out the gallery below.

This Hamptons manse starred on ‘Seinfeld’ [New York Post]

45 Whalers Lane [Corcoran]