Iconic literary agent’s Water Mill home hits the market

August 05, 2017 04:00PM

A Water Mill house once owned by the iconic literary agent Ed Victor, who passed away in June, has hit the market asking $3.5 million.

Known as “Two Barns,” the property consists of two 17th century barns from England, according to Curbed.

The unusual property, which required the transport of two whole barns from England, was meant to celebrate Victor and his wife Carol Ryan’s intercontinental lives.

The barns still have the original hand-hewn black oak timbers—some of which once served as ship beams, according to the listing with Korine Konzet of Brown Harris Stevens.

The five-bedroom, three-bathroom, 3,029-square-foot property was previously listed for rent through Corcoran at prices varying between $30,000 per month and up to $95,000 per month.

Victor has represented Eric Clapton, Tina Brown, Iris Murdoch and Nigella Lawson, among others.

[Curbed] Christopher Cameron