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Further Lane home gets $4M price cut nine months after coming on the market

Now available for a cool $65M

All photos, Compass

The oceanfront property at 290 Further Lane, designed by architect Francis Fleetwood, came on the market back in September of 2016 for a whopping $69 million—and it was critiqued for its high price.

The home just went down in price by $4 million—nine months after originally going up for sale—and is now available for $65 million under listing agents Ed Petrie and James Petrie of Compass Real Estate.

The home was built in 1995, so it doesn’t have an historical factor the way that, say, Villa Maria does—but for $65 million, there had better be a lot included.

The home is 10,000-square-feet in size on six acres, with seven bedrooms and nine-and a-half bathrooms. Inside, there is plank-wood flooring, coffered ceilings, ocean views, and a fireplace with a carved mantle in the master bedroom.

The indoor spa room with skylights and spa is particularly notable.

Outside, there are landscaped grounds, a heated infinity pool, and rooftop viewing deck.