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An impressive shingled estate in East Hampton village sells for $10.5M

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This gorgeous shingled house was originally built in 1897

Photos courtesy of Sotheby’s

This south-of-the-highway estate in East Hampton village has just sold for $10.5 million according to data provided by Out East. Pilar Guzmán, the former editor-in-chief of Condé Nast Traveler, and husband Chris Mitchell, the chief business officer for Condé Nast’s culture collection, were the last owners of the property.

According to PropertyShark records, the couple purchased the shingled house back in 2013 for $4,567,000. When they put it back on the market in February of 2018, it was listed for $12.5 million.

Originally built in 1897, the house has been totally renovated and currently stands 8,000 square feet in size with eight bedrooms and six and a half bathrooms. Features include hardwood floors, French doors throughout, an open floorplan, and a fully finished lower level. Outside, there’s a heated pool, a pool house, a garage, and hedging along the perimeter of the 1.1-acre property.

Located at 62 Dunemere Lane, homeowners will be just 1 mile from the ocean at Egypt Beach and a quarter-mile from East Hampton’s Main Street.

Sotheby’s International Realty agents Frank Newbold and Beate Moore represented the sellers.

Photo courtesy of Sotheby’s
Photo courtesy of Sotheby’s
Photo courtesy of Sotheby’s
Photo courtesy of Sotheby’s
Photo courtesy of Sotheby’s

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Old Beach Lane, East Hampton, NY 11937

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