Hamptons Celebrity Homes
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This isn’t the first time J. Crew’s chairman has listed his oceanfront estate
After two price cuts, the estate was asking $26.95 million in July of this year. Earlier this week, the home closed and sold for the same asking price.
Located at 121 Further Lane, the compound went on the market in May of this year, meaning it’s been on the market for just five months.
There are even pieces of artwork acting as doors that open to closets and sound-proof "secret" bedrooms.
Built in 1740, the timber-frame home retains some incredible features from the original construction, including the Rumfood cooking fireplace in the dining room.
Originally, both the empty four-acre parcel and the seven-acre property with the main house were listed for a combined price of $51.99 million.
Possibly the most unique feature of the home is the greenhouse off the master bedroom—which has a sunken tub inside.
It’s worth mentioning that the land is a decent size, on 2.5 oceanfront acres, with 250 feet of direct ocean frontage.
There are two offices, both appropriately with walls of bookshelves for the literary duo to enjoy.
The Carters have rented in the Hamptons before, but have never officially purchased.
In June of this year, estate cut $4 million from the asking price putting the main house for sale at $34,995,000. Now, it’s asking just under $30M.
It is one of Barn & Vine’s newest models, and includes a finished lower level, vaulted ceilings, and state-of-the-art kitchen. Outside, there’s a bluestone patio and heated gunite pool.
Since December of 2015, the home has been in contract—meaning that the contract was signed nearly two years ago, after having come on the market just five months earlier in July for $32.5 million.
The home is just 1,712 square feet on 4.2 acres of land located on the bay side of Meadow Lane, across the street from the ocean. There are four bedrooms and three full bathrooms.
Built in 1976, Rachael Ray and her husband, John, purchased the home in 2008 for $2.1 million to be close to his parents. Before that, the home was sold in 2005 for $998,000.
The property has two beach houses, an oceanside pool, 200 feet of ocean frontage, a private path to the ocean, and views of both the ocean and Napeague Harbor.
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Ed Victor and his wife, Carol Ryan, were inspired when Ryan was living in a rented converted barn in Bridgehampton.
Weinstein and Chapman said that they’re selling their estate because they don’t get to come out to the Hamptons as often as they’d like to.
The estate is host to the only private art museum in the Hamptons—and it has four main galleries. The structure is 7,500 square feet and 36-feet high, surrounded by forest and landscaping that leave it camouflaged.
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It was previously rented out by Claude Zdanow, the owner of a company called Stadiumred, for $275,000 per month. Zdanow was allegedly throwing massive for-profit parties at the estate, which was acting as the site of a pop-up event series.
The fashion designer put her bayfront cottage up rent for July or the extended season for $30,000 a month. McCartney and husband Alasdhair Willis purchased the cottage last summer for $1.5 million.
Back in 2013, power couple Beyoncé and Jay Z reportedly almost rented the estate at 466 Further Lane in East Hampton for the summer, which at the time was on the market for $24.5 million.
Designed by Futterman Architects in 1987, the waterfront home has both pond access and ocean access. On 2.7 acres of land, the home stands 5,500-square-feet with four bedrooms and four-and a-half bathrooms.
As one might expect in the home of a famed chef, there is a full outdoor kitchen situated under a wisteria-covered pergola with stone counters, a professional pizza oven, Wolf barbecue, and a refrigerator.
Hosting an event at the property directly violates a zoning code which states that residential districts cannot be used for commercial purposes.
The home was last sold in 2015 for $7.5 million, and went back on the market in 2016 for just under $9 million.
The entire estate is actually on the market as two separate parcels—one 7.15-acre piece where the main house, pool, and guest house sits, and the other four acres with tennis courts.
Yes, the credit card company. No, they haven’t discussed how much they paid for the rental.
Peebles purchased the home in 2007 for $5.39 million, and listed it in March of 2016 for $14 million with Sotheby’s International Realty. After just under five months on the market, the listing was removed.
The home is 6,500-square-feet in size on 2.11 acres of land, with seven bedrooms, nine full bathrooms, and two half-bathrooms. There are a total of four outbuildings on the property.
Located in North Haven and close to Sag Harbor village, 1 Fahys Road stands 5,500-square-feet with five bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms on 4.44 acres of land—plus 327 feet of beach frontage.
From June 23 to September 4, the reality show will be filmed every weekend at the Deerfield Road home, which is on the market for $4,995,000 with listing agent Geoff Gifkins of Nest Seekers.
Built in 1985 and featured in the New York Times for its "architectural beauty," the home is 2,550-square-feet on one acre of land, with five bedrooms and four bathrooms.
The home belongs to the music producer L.A. Reid, who has worked with names such as Future, Rick Ross, and 21 Savage. For some throwbacks, he’s worked with TLC, Toni Braxton, and Boyz II Men.
The 8,000-square-foot home—built in 2004—features six bedrooms, six full bathrooms, two half-baths, and cathedral ceilings in the great room.
Built 135 years ago, Tick Hall is part of the "Seven Sisters," a collection of shingle style homes in the Montauk Association.