In July, the home received its first $1.55 million price cut, putting it on the market for $2.8 million. Now, just two months later, another $200,000 has come off the listing and the 1-acre property is now asking $2.6 million.
The kitchen is very spacious considering the limited square footage that the house provides. Features include hardwood floors, updated cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, and plenty of storage and countertop space.
The 1-acre property is perched on top of a hill, allowing ocean views from nearly every room in the house and from the exterior terraces—which comprise nearly 4,000 square feet of outdoor living space.
Originally built in 1906 (the same year the White died), the current owners purchased the iconic estate in 2011 for $5.4 million and sought to restore the home back to its original early 20th century glory. In 2014, it went up for sale with a $15.5 million asking price.
Inside, there are cathedral ceilings, three ceiling fans, new casement windows, the original fireplace, and a brick accent wall in the living room. The new owner will also get the original Leisurama bedroom furniture.
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.
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.
Inside, there are four bedrooms, two full bathrooms, two half-bathrooms, and six fireplaces. The listing claims that the Andrews House is sited on "perhaps the best location of any of the Seven Sisters" on 2.3 acres of land.