Editor’s note: Due to an inaccurate web listing, this original article had renderings that did not accurately represent the property. The article has since been updated with the correct information and photos.
The former communications director at the White House, Anthony Scaramucci, and his wife, Deidre Ball, have purchased a mansion on the East End, reports Page Six and the New York Post. Though the couple announced they were divorcing in July of last year, the divorce papers were withdrawn a few months later in November.
The newly-built home at 30 Lawrence Court—which is located off Mecox Road in a south-of-the-highway area between Water Mill and Bridgehampton—stands 7,000 square feet in size with seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms on nearly an acre of land.
Built by Farrell Building Company, there’s an open and bright layout, oak floors throughout, a double-height entry foyer, coffered ceilings in the living room, a master suite with a private balcony and walk-in closet, and a finished lower level with a gym and sauna.
Part of the built to suit program, Scaramucci purchased the home and is customizing the estate with Farrell, so it is still being built.
Outside, there are stone patios, a two-car garage, a heated gunite pool, and a spa.
The listing was last available for sale for $7,495,000, but a final sales price hasn’t been revealed at this time.
- The Mooch buys Hamptons mansion after reconciling with wife [Page Six]
- All the dirt on the Mooch’s pricey new Hamptons house [New York Post]
- 30 Lawrence Court [Douglas Elliman]