Harvey Weinstein takes $1.4M loss on sale of Hamptons house

Amagansett property went for $10M

New York /
Jan.January 24, 2018 10:00 AM
Harvey Weinstein and his Amagansett house

Harvey Weinstein and his Amagansett house

Three price chops later, disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein finally sold his Hamptons home for $10 million.

The seven-bedroom, 9,000-square foot property near Gardiner’s Bay in Amagansett first hit the market for $13.5 million in May 2016. Weinstein, who was fired from his eponymous movie company last year amid numerous allegations of rape and sexual harassment, bought the home for $11.4 million in 2014.

An entity called Taisho Holdings LLC is the new owner, Newsday reported. The property includes a movie screening room, a rooftop deck, a heated pool and 1.93 acres of land. Weinstein had briefly pulled the listing in October. [Newsday]Konrad Putzier


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