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Restaurateur's Water Mill home with a bowling alley comes down in asking price

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Photos courtesy of Corcoran

We’ve covered the fun-loving mansion at 23 Luther Drive in Water Mill several times in the past, from when it went on the market for $13.9 million back in 2016, to when it received a $1.25 million price cut last summer.

After more than two years on the sales market, the 10,000-square-foot home—which has a bowling alley, a gym with a steam room and sauna, a rooftop deck, a home theater, a slot car track, a heated pool, and a Har-Tru tennis court—has just come down in price again and is now asking $9,995,000. This is the first time since becoming available for sale that the home is under $10 million.

The property currently belongs to restaurateur Jeffrey Chodorow, and his wife Linda, a former model. According to PropertyShark records, the couple purchased the 2-acre plot in 2002 for $4.6 million and the house was completed a year later.

Inside, there are six bedrooms, eight full bathrooms, curved staircases, an eat-in kitchen, multiple fireplaces, and a master suite with a spa-like bathroom.

Gary DePersia from Corcoran and Erica Grossman from Douglas Elliman represent the property.

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