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Hamptons Cheat Sheet: Owner of Kardashian rental kuts price tag, pastry chefs knead to resolve summer home dispute … & more

By Cathaleen Chen | March 22, 2017 11:25AM

80 Further Lane and Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian

For the cost of just 67,000 Kardashian-branded skinny jeans, you can buy the Hamptons home they rented!

The price tag for the oceanfront home featured in “Kourtney & Khloé Take the Hamptons,” a spinoff of “Keeping up with the Kardashians,” dropped from $13.95 million to $12.7 million, Curbed reported. The 8,900-square-foot residence at 317 and 319 Noyac Road sits on a peninsula in the North Sea (the other one). Sitting on two acres, the home contains five bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, a professional kitchen, an oversized den, and an open-living floor plan. The home was renting for $295,000 from Memorial Day to Labor Day. [Curbed]

Looks like the cupcake wars found their way to the Hamptons

Don’t expect them to break bread over this one — a pair of pastry chefs are fighting over the ownership of a Hamptons summer home in the midst of an ongoing divorce, the New York Post reported. Fernanda Capobianco, owner of the Vegan Divas bakery on the Upper East Side, is suing her estranged husband, the James Beard Award-winning Francois Payard of Francois Payard Bakery and FP Patisserie, for half the ownership of the property, bought in 2014 for $375,000. Capobianco claims in her suit that she had paid $100,000 toward the home and contributed to decoration and upkeep. [NYP]

Estate that was reportedly Hamptons’ biggest ever foreclosure listed for $14.6M

The property once dubbed by Curbed as the “Hamptons’ biggest foreclosure” is on the market for the first time since it was constructed in 1999. Over $10.5 million was owed on the 80 Further Lane estate before the 2015 foreclosure auction in which it sold for $12.4 million to mortgage holder ES Ventures One. Currently listed for just under $14.6 million, the rehabbed residence spans 8,900 square feet and sits on a 1.8-acre lot. [Curbed]

Southampton Publick House Owner hops on Crooked Ladder Brewery deal
The owner of brewpub Southampton Publick House is in negotiations to buy Riverhead-based Crooked Ladder Brewery, he told 27East Wednesday. Don Sullivan said the acquisition will not change his commercial brewing operation at a plant outside Scranton, PA, which has produced his beers for the last 18 years. Rather, his long-term goal is to expand its brewery operation. Publick House moved to Jobs Lane from Bowden Square less than a year ago. [27East]

The show must go on: theater mogul lists East Hampton home for $13.5M

For the home of a prolific impresario, this Georgica Pond compound sure is light on theatrics. But sitting on two acres with seven bedrooms and a tennis court, Robert Nederlander’s digs aren’t too shabby — especially considering its $13.5 million price tag. The 5,000-square-foot home also contains two powder rooms, a double-height open living area, a den and library, and four fireplaces, listing materials show. Nederlander, an attorney, expanded his father’s theater empire as the former president of the Nederlander Organization (which, fun fact — owned a piece of the New York Yankees). Douglas Elliman’s Lori Barbaria and Betsy Green are the listing agents. [27East]

Home of late cosmetics mogul and philanthropist listed at $7.6M

The five-acre Quail Hill estate, formerly owned by late Fabergé cosmetics founder Samuel Rubin, hit the market for just under $7.6 million, according to Curbed, Designed by noted architect Alfred Scheffer, the 1953-built home was renovated in 2012 but retains much of the original features, such as vaulted ceilings, cedar beams, and a stone fireplace. The compound, with four bedrooms and six bathrooms, also contains a home office, heated pool, and a “potting room” (why not!). Jackie Dunphy and Greg Schmidt of the Corcoran Group have the listing. [Curbed]