The Bridgehampton estate that once belonged to literary agent Rosalind Paige Cole is up for sale at 77 Dune Road for $10.25 million with Douglas Elliman, reports the New York Post.
The home was last sold in 2015 for $7.5 million, and went back on the market in 2016 for just under $9 million. Since 2016, the price of the home has increased. In February, the asking price was $9,995,000 under Compass Real Estate.
Rosalind Paige Cole, the agent to names like Andy Warhol and Charlie Chaplin, Jr., was the Waldorf Astoria’s longest-residing tenant. After living in Waldorf Astoria for 53 years, she owed a whopping $818,000 in debts to the hotel at the time of her death. She passed away in 2014 from cancer.
The home is a 1,200-square-foot teardown that currently has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, but the price here is really about the 0.6-acre oceanfront property.
There are plans in place for a 6,700-square-foot modern sustainable home, designed by Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects. Future amenities will include decking, an oceanfront pool and spa, and patios.
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- 77 Dune Road [Compass]
- 77 Dune Road [Douglas Elliman]