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Film-featured Hampton Bays property sets record as the highest home sale in the hamlet

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It can be seen in ‘Margot at the Wedding’ and ‘The Forgotten’

Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman

“Shorebluff”—a 19th-century Hampton Bays home that was featured in the Noah Baumbach-directed film, Margot at the Wedding—has sold for $5.7 million, making it a record-breaking real estate transaction for the hamlet. After closing for above ask, housing analyst Jonathan Miller has confirmed that it’s the highest price ever received for a home in Hampton Bays.

Aside from being in Margot at the Wedding, which starred Nicole Kidman and Jack Black, it also made an appearance in The Forgotten.

The home went into contract quickly after going on the market for $4,995,000 two years ago and has been in contract up until it recently closed.

Built in 1897, the nine-acre property has three structures and 225 feet of shoreline on the Peconic Bay. The main house spans 3,725 square feet, while a guest cottage stands 2,646 square feet, and a carriage house has 1,000 square feet.

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