Lewis Rudin’s daughter is selling her Southampton home for $4.2M

January 18, 2017 05:47PM

Built in 1911 as part of painter William Merritt Chase’s Art Village in Southampton, this two-acre property has since acquired a prolific web of affiliations, thanks to its current owner, art patron Beth DeWoody. DeWoody is the daughter of real estate mogul Lewis Rudin and at one point, the executive VP of his company. Her husband is celebrity photographer Firooz Zahedi, though she was formerly married to painter James DeWoody. Her stepfather was the infamous film producer David Begelman, who, amid bankruptcy, shot himself in 1995. Spanning 4,347 square feet, the house on Briar Lane contains six bedrooms, 5.5 baths, and three fireplaces, 27East reported. Gabriel Falco of Douglas Elliman has the listing. [27East]