Hamptons Celebrity Homes
Pelé purchased the Clearwater Beach retreat in Springs for $156,000 back in 1979 and then expanded and renovated the structure.
New owners will particularly enjoy relaxing on an oceanview teak rooftop deck. The exterior living space offers beautiful gardens, a heated pool with a waterfall, and a poolside cabana with a gym, a summer kitchen, and a changing room.
Just four years ago in 2014, Johansson bought a quiet Amagansett home on Shipwreck Drive for $2.2 million. The Gurney’s condo that her and Jost toured is the most expensive one at the 26-unit complex currently on the market, listed for around $8 million.
The first-floor master suite has French doors that lead out to the property grounds, while the second-floor master suite offers distant ocean views.
Floyd has won four majors and three senior majors over the course of his career. He was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 1989, three years after winning the U.S. Open in 1986 at the local Shinnecock Hills Golf Course.
It’s also available to rent from August to Labor Day for $110,000
Built in 1997, the artistic home once belonged to the late fashion icon, China Machado, who was the first non-white model to be featured in Harper’s Bazaar, and has been referred to as the first non-white supermodel.
The home currently belongs to designer Tomas Maier, the former creative director at the Italian high fashion brand, Bottega Veneta, where he filled the position from 2001 up until June of 2018.
In 2,970 square feet, there are four bedrooms, three full bathrooms, and two half-bathrooms. Interiors include stone floors, multiple fireplaces, sliding glass doors that lead outside, and ocean views.
Features include multiple koi ponds, water views from the rooftop deck, a gated entrance, a pool and pool house with a changing room, and a sauna room with a rain shower head.
The newly-built mansion has 9,800 square feet of living space on 1.1 acres, and was last purchased by developer couple Ronen and Jessica Guetta from Guetta Building Company for $1.1 million back in 2013.
French doors lead to an outdoor deck, a waterfront dock on Upper Sag Harbor Cove, and a winterized studio with a full bathroom but there isn’t a pool on the 0.31-acre property.
The 2.8-acre compound came on the market in July of 2017 for $12.5M. Since coming on the market, it hasn’t changed its asking price and recently found a buyer.
The Page Six gossip columnist’s home is available to rent for the months of June and July for $28,500. Or, you could rent it short-term for $15,000.
At 750 square feet, it’s the largest unit at the complex and it’s one of only four units directly on the ocean. The condo has just one bedroom, but the listing claims that it can be converted back to the original two-bedroom layout.
Filming is set to start on June 22 and go through Labor Day. There will be an anticipated 35 people on the property during filming, which will take place for 12 hours a day or less.
The home features a solarium, eat-in kitchen and separate dining room, butler’s pantry, a staff suite, five fireplaces, and a gym and wine cellar.
If you don’t want to spend $3 million to own it, you could just rent it instead
The ‘Real Housewives of New York’ star moved out of the home at the end of last year
The high ceilings were apparently quite the selling point for the Golden State Warriors basketball star
Renters won’t be living such a simple life in this massive 10,000-square-foot estate
The whole compound is listed for a slightly less $4.5M
She purchased it for just over $2M and recently listed it for $3M
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Each property has an interesting connection to the art world. One of the properties once belonged to a renowned art collector, while the other was home to musical couple Phyllis Newman and Adolph Green.
The fashion entrepreneur purchased the property back in 2014 for $4.795M and has put some work into the ’80s home to modernize it.
Once listed in 2014 for $26.5 million, the estate has received numerous price cuts in its time on and off the market over the last few years.
Afghan Hands co-founders Matin Maulawizada and Mike Serdiouk listed their home in East Hampton’s Northwest Woods
The estate is known for having the largest home movie theater in the Hamptons. It can seat an incredible 110 people.
In addition to standing for nearly two centuries, it has some celebrity connections as well—it’s the same home that that Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller once rented back in 1957.
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.
It was originally asking $23.45M. Now it’s listed for $18.9M.
From August to Labor Day, the reality TV show star’s home could be your Hamptons retreat
Each lot is about two acres. Between the two properties, the compound has a solid 300 feet of direct ocean frontage.
When it first listed, we were drawn in by the warmth of the house: the hardwood floors, the natural light, the French doors found throughout the space.
When the estate was seized by the government in 2009, it sold for above ask immediately after going on the market.
After purchasing the estate in 2012 for $4.5 million, the couple first put their 1.47-acre property on the market in 2016, at which time it was asking $6,995,000.
The property is made up of two single and separate lots, which means if the future owner wants to make a compound, building an additional house on the empty lot is possible.