Just over three weeks ago, Curbed wrote about the first price cut that came off the East Hampton home at 59 Middle Lane, whose address also serves as a 2012 documentary that followed the Ammon twins, Greg and Alexa, through reconciling their past. A large part of the documentary includes the telling of their father’s murder, which took place at the East Hampton home.
The home came on the market back in June for $12.7 million. In late August, $1 million was taken off the asking price. Now, less than a month after the first price cut, another cut has been made, putting the asking price at $10,995,000.
It has been previously available for rent.
Built in 1995, the 7,000-square-foot home has six bedrooms, six and a half bathrooms, a solarium, library, gourmet kitchen, three-car garage, and heated pool on 2.2 acres of land.
- East Hampton home from ‘59 Middle Lane’ documentary gets $1M cut from asking price [Curbed Hamptons]
- Quintessential East Hampton Estate [Town & Country]