DeNiro seeks permission again to redo Montauk home

TRD New York /
Oct.October 04, 2017 11:36 AM

Robert DeNiro may finally get to make over his home in Montauk. The Hollywood actor filed a new application with East Hampton’s Zoning Board of Appeals seeking to demolish his 1950s-era home just east of Hither Hills State Park and build a new one, 20 years after his first request to do so, 27east reports. DeNiro wants to build a two-story, 2,554-square-foot home that will occupy the same footprint as the original home. In 1997, DeNiro sought to add more than 4,000 square feet to the existing home, but was denied by the board, prompting the actor to sue — a move that proved unsuccessful. [27east]


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