When it came on the market a year ago, it was asking $6.95 million before cutting the asking price in June down to $6.2 million. After another change in price earlier this week, it’s now the lowest it’s been since becoming available for sale.
Back in 2011, this stucco French-inspired East Hampton estate went on the market for $5.9M, and by May of 2012, the property closed for $4.65M. Seven years later, the house is available for sale again, this time with a steeper price tag of $8,495,000.
The house was originally designed by architect Paul Lester Weiner, who is known for the historical Contempora House in Rockland County, New York, and for his neighborhood development project of Washington Square in New York City in 1958.
Built in 2002, the 6,000-square-foot home sits on 1.1 acres and has five and a half bathrooms, separate staff quarters, an expansive master wing, a common balcony, covered porches, and a heated gunite pool.