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Douglas Elliman broker lists her Southampton home for $14M

January 02, 2019 03:58PM

Michaela Keszler, a broker with Douglas Elliman, has put her Southampton estate on the market for nearly $14 million, according to the New York Post. The home at 104 Foster Crossing was originally built in 1930 by architects Polhemus & Coffin. It was first owned by former shipping mogul Vernon Brown. The 7,900-square-home has eight bedrooms, five bathrooms, two half bathrooms, four fireplaces, a library, sun room and staff quarters. The main staircase leads to the master suite, which has a separate sitting room along with a private terrace. The property also has a tennis court and a pool. Keszler, a perennial top East End broker at Elliman who once handled a Southampton home listing for Elliman chairman Howard Lorber, is representing her own property. [New York Post]