The site of Kenneth Lonergan’s previous Bridgehampton home is up for sale, reports Mansion Global. Lonergan and his wife, J. Smith-Cameron, sold their house in 2015, which was torn down by the developer and replaced with a completely new structure. James Michael Howard bought the property for $3.7 million and the new home in its place is up for sale at $11,950,000.
But given everything that this house has to offer, it could go for even more.
The new home was designed in collaboration with Bobby McAlpine and Greg Tankersley, who were voted to be among the world’s best architects in 2014 by Architectural Digest. It’s the first Hamptons estate that McAlpine has designed, making it stick out on a portfolio that includes over 500 homes.
The 11,600-square-foot home has seven bedroom, nine baths, and comes fully furnished so it’s completely move-in ready. It has 30-foot ceilings, a 10-person breakfast nook, a custom made dining table in the formal dining area, a theatre on the lower level that can accommodate 16 people, a bar, custom billiards table, heated gunite pool, spa, pool house, outdoor fireplace, and a two-car garage.
- Once the Site of a Star Director’s Home, Hamptons Mansion Hits Market at $12M [Mansion Global]
- 2014 AD100: McAlpine Tankersley Architecture; McAlpine Booth & Ferrier Interiors [Architectural Digest]
- Integrating Function And Form In An Idyllic Location [Brown Harris Stevens]