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Briar Patch Road home in East Hampton takes $1.5M off the asking price, down $10M since 2009

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In the beginning of 2009, the mansion at 73 Briar Patch Road in East Hampton came on the market for $19.95 million, but the listing came down soon after. Several months later, it relisted with an ambitious increase in the price, asking $21.5 million.

Since 2009, the home has received several slashes in the asking price and has come on and off the market. In March of 2016, the estate relisted under Bespoke Real Estate agents Zachary and Cody Vichinsky for $12,995,000. Two years later, it just got yet another change in price, now asking $11,495,000.

In the nine years that the property has been available on and off the market, it’s come down in price by over $10 million.

Designed by architect Peter Cook, the home stands 10,000 square feet in size on a piece of property that spans 1.43 acres with views of the adjacent 17-acre Fulling Mill Farm Preserve. Inside, there are six bedrooms, seven full bathrooms, and two half-bathrooms, plus custom details, white cedar and Spanish cedar shingles, white oak, cherry, and walnut.

High ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, and the double-height great room allow lots of natural light indoors. Other features include a gourmet kitchen, a master suite with a private terrace and marble fireplace, and a finished lower level with a media room, lounge, gym, sauna, steam room, and space for a home theater.

Outdoor living is made comfortable with a screened-in dining pavilion that has a double-sided fireplace perfect for summer evenings. Hot summer days can be enjoyed at the infinity-edge pool and hot tub, while the pool house with a changing room and outdoor shower provides an added comfort.

Sited in the Georgica section of East Hampton, the property is close to the famous Georgica Pond, and about a mile and a half from the ocean.

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