An 8.3-acre estate known as Chateau Amorois in East Hampton has been sold for $21 million to an undisclosed buyer after multiple price chops, Curbed reported.
The listing, with Peter Turino of Brown Harris Stevens, hit the market at $28.5 million before falling to $26.95 million, and finally to $22.95 million before the sale.
The home has five bedrooms, five bathrooms and two half bathrooms, as well as a pool, tennis court and barn, according to the listing. Christopher Browne, a founder of hedge fund Tweedy Browne, built it, though he did the landscaping 10 years before erecting the house, Curbed said, citing a reader tip. New York architect Boris Baranovich designed it in 1998. [Curbed] –Mark Maurer