While Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein’s Sagaponack property languishes on the market, his next-door neighbor’s 35.5 estate is now in contract, Curbed reported.
Listed at $15.95 million after a $1.8 million price cut and nearly 16 months on the market, the 12,000-square-foot mansion at 129 Parsonage Lane has a double-height living room, multiple fireplaces, custom millwork and a gym basement. Its massive grounds include a tennis court, a putting green and a swimming pool. Ed Petrie of Sotheby’s International Realty in East Hampton is handling the sale for investment banker Jerome Markowitz.
Meanwhile, off the same driveway, Blankfein’s 2.65 acre property — which boasts a 7-bedroom 6,561 square-foot house and a tennis court and pool— has been on the market since 2007. The banking chief recently purchased another East End estate, paying $32 million for a 7.4-acre property in Bridgehampton. [Curbed] —Hiten Samtani