The home at 290 Further Lane in East Hampton has been featured on Curbed several times—once when it came on the market in the fall of 2016, when it saw a $4 million price cut after being on the market for just nine months, and most recently in our compilation of the 25 most expensive properties in the Hamptons that are currently for sale.
The topic of conversation this time around is, again, the price.
The East Hampton estate, which spans 10,000 square feet across six acres of land, just went down in asking price again, cutting $6 million from the price tag. The home got its first $4 million price cut just three weeks ago.
The home went on the market in September of 2016 for $69 million. It is now asking $59 million.
Listed with agents Ed Petrie and James Petrie of Compass Real Estate, the home has seven bedrooms and nine and a half bathrooms. It was designed by renowned architect Francis Fleetwood and built in 1995.
Inside, there is plank-wood flooring, coffered ceilings, ocean views, and a fireplace with a carved mantle in the master bedroom.
Outside, there are landscaped grounds, a heated infinity pool, and rooftop viewing deck.
- An oceanfront six-acre Further Lane property for $69M [Curbed Hamptons]
- Further Lane home gets $4M price cut nine months after coming on the market [Curbed Hamptons]
- The 25 most expensive properties for sale in the Hamptons [Curbed Hamptons]
- 290 Further Lane [Compass]