Film producer Harvey Weinstein and his wife, actress and fashion designer Georgina Chapman, re-listed their 9,000 square foot home in Amagansett—and in doing so, cut the price, reports the Wall Street Journal.
The estate was originally asking $13.5 million when it came on the market under Corcoran Group Real Estate, and then cut down to $12.8 million. Now, the home is asking $12.4 million with listing agents Beate Moore and Frank Newbold of Sotheby’s International Realty.
Weinstein and Chapman told the Wall Street Journal that they’re selling their estate because they don’t get to come out to the Hamptons as often as they’d like to. Weinstein did, however, make a pledge to the Sag Harbor cinema’s restoration project, which is turning the previously burnt historic Sag Harbor cinema into a local arts center with a focus on cinema tradition.
Unsurprisingly, the home has a fully finished lower level with a professional screening room that has 3D viewing capabilities. There’s a gym downstairs, too.
The bayfront home has seven bedrooms, seven full bathrooms, and three half bathrooms. On two acres of land, there is 260-feet of water frontage on Gardiner’s Bay, beach access, a waterside heated pool, a screened-in dining porch with water views, vaulted master suite, a private balcony off the master, a self-contained guest wing with two bedrooms and a separate entrance, and a rooftop deck.
- Harvey Weinstein Cuts Hamptons Home Price to $12.5 Million [Wall Street Journal]
- Harvey Weinstein and Georgina Chapman Price-Chop Hamptons Estate [Variety]
- Broadview on the Bay [Sotheby’s International Realty]
- Sag Harbor Cinema update: $2M pledged to rebuild, Billy Joel shows support [Curbed Hamptons]