Back in June, Curbed featured the home at 59 Middle Lane in East Hampton when it hit the market for $12.7 million. The address of the home also serves as the title of a 2012 documentary which tells the story of twins Greg and Alexa Ammon reconciling their past—which includes a visit to the home in which their father was murdered.
After just a little more than two months on the market, the home has already gotten a $1 million cut in asking price, now available for $11.7 million. It was previously available to rent.
The 7,000-square-foot home was built in 1995 and features six bedrooms, six and a half bathrooms, a solarium, library, gourmet kitchen, library, and gym. Outside, there’s gated access, gardens, a pond, heated pool, pool house, and three-car garage.
- ‘59 Middle Lane’ East Hampton home from 2012 documentary up for sale, asking $12.7M [Curbed Hamptons]
- The Ammon House in East Hampton [Variety]
- Quintessential East Hampton Estate [Town & Country]