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Fashion entrepreneur Pamela Bell buys the Witch’s Hat in Water Mill for $1.8M

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It was last asking $2.295M

Photos courtesy of Compass

After listing for sale in July and going into contract in November, the iconic Witch’s Hat in Water Mill has sold to fashion entrepreneur Pamela Bell, reports Mansion Global.

Originally asking $2,295,000 under Compass Real Estate agent Ginger Thoerner, the house closed for $1.8 million. Douglas Elliman agent Brian Hagadorn brought the buyer.

Interior designer Richard Keith Langham—whose clients include names like socialite Patricia Buckley and former First Lady Jackie Kennedy Onassis—purchased the 19th century Victorian style home back in 2000 for $795,000. During renovations, he brought the Queen Anne into the 21st century, but still maintained certain period details that make the house so special.

Pamela Bell is the founder of Prinkshop and an original partner at Kate Spade.

Located north of the highway at 265 Mill Pond Lane, the Witch’s Hat stands 3,259 square feet with four bedrooms and four bathrooms. Features include a wraparound porch, an open parlor, a fireplace in the living room, a sunroom, a gourmet kitchen, and a master suite with a private porch and views over Mill Pond. Outside, there’s a pool cabana, a double-height pool house with French doors, and a pool.

Photo courtesy of Compass
Photo courtesy of Compass
Photo courtesy of Compass
Photo courtesy of Compass
Photo courtesy of Compass
Photo courtesy of Compass
Photo courtesy of Compass

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