Hamptons Celebrity Homes
One of the properties was at one time the home of Phyllis Newman, a Tony Award-winning stage actress, and her husband Adolph Green, who co-wrote the iconic Singin’ in the Rain.
Used as the home featured in the movie ‘Rough Night’, this waterfront contemporary could be your Hamptons summer rental for a cool $550,000 from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
Osato was the first American dancer to join the Ballet Russes de Monte Carlo. Both of her sons hosted their weddings at the four-acre Bridgehampton house.
The listing suggests tearing down the oceanfront cottage to make room for a new house on the one-acre property.
Justin Bieber reportedly wanted to stay at the Bridgehampton estate two summers ago, but it wasn’t available.
While the property may not be oceanfront, it is waterfront on Wickapogue Pond and features views out to the Atlantic Ocean.
The 1,716-square-foot condo is Unit 4 at the Hampton Club compound, located at 545 Hampton Road in Southampton village. Residents of Hampton Club enjoy a community heated pool and an all-weather tennis court.
The 4,500-square-foot turnkey home has a finished lower level with 10-foot ceilings that’s currently acting as an artist’s studio.
Do you think they’ll want want to film at the same Water Mill house as Season 2? Or do you think they’ll want a change of scenery?
The property has zoning with allowances for development. Both structures on the property can be expanded or renovated—or, as the listing suggests, used as a bed and breakfast.
It’s comprised of two 17th-century English barns
Originally built in the 1887 and renovated by Edward P. Morse in 1919, Villa Maria once served as a convent, has had many notable residents, and is considered a Long Island landmark.
Downstairs, one will find a wet bar, 1,000-bottle wine cellar, a gym, and a guest room with four built-in bunks in the finished lower level.
It was last available for $7.495M, but a sales price hasn’t been revealed
The full estate is listed for $17.5M, and the main estate alone is asking $14.25M
Billy Joel and Christie Brinkley once rented out the movie theater for their daughter’s birthday
The waterfront Northwest Harbor home has a dock, pool, and a tennis court on over three and a half acres of land—all for under $5 million.
One will also enjoy a 730-square-foot studio, which has a basement of the same size and high ceilings.
The additional parcel that was offered with the estate closed earlier this month, too
It has a three-level bunker that the Coast Guard used in World War II to look out for land or sea attacks.
Located at 40 Middle Lane, the parcel that has sold includes a grass tennis court, but is otherwise empty and can accommodate a structure up to 10,000 square feet in size.
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Outside, there’s a heated pool and an 85-foot dock that can moor up to three boats.
It was asking almost $25M when it came on the market in August
The large 8.3-acre property is in the final phase of a two-lot subdivision, which could make this a good opportunity for those looking to expand.
This is the second home that Frankel now owns on the East End, after having purchased a different Bridgehampton home on Lumber Lane just a few years ago.
Five years and several price cuts later, the home has finally sold. The last asking price was $18.9 million under Douglas Elliman agent Linda Haugevik, but neither the final sales price nor the buyer hasn’t been revealed at this time.
The home made headlines when it went up for sale earlier this year
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Vyto Kab was an NFL tight end after being drafted in 1982 from Penn State. Over the course of his career, he played for the Philadelphia Eagles, New York Giants, and Detroit Lions.
A contract was signed on the 0.6-acre property earlier this month and it is currently pending a sale. Once the sale goes through, this will be the second time the home has sold in two years.
The price has just been cut for the first time since coming on the market, now asking $5,295,000.
Owner Sally Quinn announced recently that she’d be having an estate sale to sell some of the furniture that was included in her purchase of the home.
The 1920s shingle-style home has been completely reconstructed since Rosenstein purchased the property in 2005 for $19.2M.
Originally built in 1900, the 2,000-square-foot home has four bedrooms and four bathrooms on a half-acre lot located right on Gardiners Bay.