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Restaurateur purchases a waterfront Hampton Bays home for $1.8M

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The renovations were led by Mara Capoferri, an interior designer, architect, and super-yacht designer

Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman

A little over a year ago, we featured the waterfront Hampton Bays home at 7 Nautilus Court as a PriceSpotter. At the time, the home was listed for $2.4 million, but after a year on the market and a few price cuts, the home has sold and closed.

Vittorio Antonini—a New York City-based restaurateur and film producer—has purchased the home. It was most recently on the market for $1,799,000, but he purchased it for just over $1.8 million according to a Douglas Elliman representative.

Joseph Savio and Enzo Morabito from Douglas Elliman represented the property.

Antonini is the owner, chef, and wine director at his Greenwich Village restaurant, La Lanterna di Vittorio, and has previously been the producer for the 2016 film, Small Talk: Love, Coffee and the Internet, and Islam and the ‘Future of Tolerance’, which was released earlier this year.

Interior designer and architect Mara Capoferri renovated the 1969 home after it was purchased at the beginning of 2017 for $1.15 million. Capoferri is also a super-yacht designer.

The 2,700-square-foot home is sited on 0.41 acres of land and offers five bedrooms, three full bathrooms, water views throughout, smart home technology, an open floorplan, and a fireplace in the living room.

Outside, there is a private beach and a dock slip, but no pool.

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