Harvey Weinstein sells two Westport properties for $16M

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Mar.March 08, 2018 11:47 AM

Disgraced Hollywood exec Harvey Weinstein continues to unload his real estate holdings, selling two neighboring waterfront properties in Westport for a total of $16 million. Weinstein bought the six-bedroom colonial at 26 Beachside in 1994, offloading the 2.38-acre property recently for $10 million. He bought next door, at 28 Beachside Avenue, in 2000 but left the 1900 Cape Coder-style home on the property vacant. It recently sold for $6 million, Realtor.com reported. The two properties were bought by Andrew Bentley, who already owns four other lots on the street. Weinstein unloaded another Westport home in October and sold his Hamptons mansion earlier this year. [Realtor.com]


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