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Robert Entenmann’s Hamptons farm listed for $25M: VIDEO

Former baked goods company CEO bought the one-time potato farm in 1980

July 11, 2014 01:10PM

From left: Robert Entenmann, Martha Clara Vineyards and Entenmann's home

From left: Robert Entenmann, Martha Clara Vineyards and Entenmann’s “Big E Farm”

Robert Entenmann, grandson of the founder of the eponymous baked goods company, is selling his 8,000-square-foot Hamptons home for $25 million. In style with the family business, the property has a commercial-grade baking room. The 200-acre site, called Big E Farm, is also home to Martha Clara Vineyards and is the largest property currently for sale on Long Island’s East End.

Entenmann, who is in his mid-80s, bought the former potato farm in 1980. In 1995, he began planting grapes on his property. Since then the property grew to hold more than 100 acres of vineyards.

The sprawling property houses 15 buildings, including Entenmann’s five-bedroom, six-and-a-half bathroom home. The winery’s equipment is for sale together with the rest of the estate, according to the Wall Street Journal. [WSJ] – Claire Moses

One Response to “Robert Entenmann’s Hamptons farm listed for $25M: VIDEO”

  1. July 11, 2014 at 1:56 pm, Jimmy said:

    It’s the North Fork, not the Hamptons, dumbasses

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