One thing this feuding family can agree on is there are 14.5 million good reasons to sell

September 06, 2017 02:47PM

Art dealer Sam Salz died in 1981, but his family is still sorting out his estate. There is an unresolved lawsuit over some paintings — just a Claude Monet, a Pierre-Auguste Renoir and an Edgar Degas — but the fate of his eight-acre plot at 1990 Meadow Lane is sealed. The 7,448-square-foot, five-bedroom, 7.5-bathroom house sold for $14,500,000. New owners can enjoy the property’s 3,300 feet of direct oceanfront, along with an in-ground pool, an in-house library, an elevator and a three-car garage. Austro-Hungarian by birth, Salz moved to Paris to become a painter, but made his name instead by dealing in works made by artists he met there, including Picasso, Matisse and Chagall. [27 East]