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]