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East Hampton estate back on market with a $40M increase in asking price

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The compound now has plans for an additional 14,000-square-foot home

All photos, Compass

The estate at 19 and 23 Chauncey Close on Georgica Pond in East Hampton hit the market for $85 million—a major increase from the $45 million that it was on the market for back in 2015, reports The Real Deal.

Currently in the hands of investment banker Carl Tiedemann, this home went on the market for the first time two years ago. The original asking price of $45 million was cut to $32 million in 2016, but the property was taken off the market altogether.

Back up for sale, the home now includes the plans for a 14,000-square-foot home—which includes a swimming pool, tennis court, garage, greenhouse, and even gardens which the listing refers to as “luxurious”. The home will have seven bedrooms and eight-and-a-half bathrooms.

History buffs will particularly enjoy this property, as it contains quite a few talking points that will come in handy when the future homeowner wants to impress guests during estate parties.

What currently sits on the property is a structure about 6,100-square-feet in size with five bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms. But here’s the thing—it has wood beams taken from an English barn from the 1500s. That barn was part of the Hever Castle in Kent, otherwise known for being the estate of the Boleyn. Including Anne Boleyn.

The compound sits on a 7.1 acre lot, which was originally part of Cove Hollow Farm. Cove Hollow Farm was an historic working dairy farm. Though this piece of history may seem dull in comparison to the wood beams from Anne Boleyn’s castle, it could be of particular interest to those who care about local history. Or dairy.

Since the home has not been completed, there are no photos available of the interior.