Hamptons Cheat Sheet: Jury finds East Hampton responsible for erosion damage in homeowner suit … & more

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Jul.July 03, 2018 05:05 PM

Clockwise from top left: Makeup mogul Bobbi Brown and developer husband to build home in Sag Harbor, Newly-built Sag Harbor home lists for nearly $7 million, Historic Silver’s eatery in Southampton lists for $5.795M and “Hamilton” producer buys Water Hill manse to for $7.3M.

Jury finds East Hampton Town responsible for erosion damage in homeowner suit
A federal jury ruled that the town of East Hampton Town is responsible for the erosion damage to many private properties, in a case brought against the town by homeowners. Homeowners sued the town and other government agencies over jetties built in the 1920s that they said interrupted the natural flow of sand along the Block Island Sound allowing storms in 2011 and 2012 to erase the natural shoreline by their properties, 27East reported. U.S. District Court Judge Joanna Seybert will now determine what the town must do to reconcile the problem. [27East]

“Hamilton” producer buys Water Hill manse to for $7.3M
Sander Jacobs, a producer for the Broadway smash “Hamilton,” doled out $7.3 million for a 9,800-square-foot home built by Ronen and Jessica Guetta of the Roslyn-based Guetta Building Company, which is dedicated to building luxury homes. The couple bought the home in 2013 for $1.1 million and lived there for five years until they tore it down to build a new structure from the ground up. Douglas Elliman’s Tal Alexander and Compass’ Matthew Breitenbach handled the listing. [TRD]

Makeup mogul Bobbi Brown and developer husband to build home in Sag Harbor
Makeup mogul Bobbi Brown and her husband, Steven Plofker, a real estate developer, plan to build a home for themselves in Sag Harbor, the New York Post reported. They sold their oceanfront Jersey Shore home in December and are now in “serious talks” to buy an acre of land down a private road and on the water in the Hamptons town.  The broker of the land is Amelia Doggwiler of Brown Harris Stevens. [New York Post]

Historic Silver’s eatery in Southampton lists for $5.8M
Silver’s, the restaurant that’s stood on Southampton’s Main Street since 1923, is on the market for $5.8 million. “I just feel like it’s time to go,” said its owner, Garrett Wellins, who began working there when he was 8 and is now 64, according to the New York Post. The restaurant is tucked into the ground floor of a two-story home built in 1905. Outside, the restaurant seats 32 with another 47 seats inside under high ceilings and the original bar seating, built-ins, millwork and stained glass. John Vitello of Brown Harris Stevens is the broker on the listing. [New York Post]

Newly-built Sag Harbor home lists for nearly $7 million
A newly-built home in Sag Harbor home hit the market for $6.995 million. The 0.35-acre property sold in 2016 for $1.95 million. The two-story home was finished just this year. The 4,800-square-foot home features, five bedrooms, six full and two half bathrooms, a marble fireplace and there’s a pool and kitchenette outside. Corcoran Group’s Mala Sander and Compass Real Estate’s Matthew Breitenbach are handling the listing. [Curbed]


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