Kenneth Lonergan’s former Bridgehampton estate goes to contract at $11.95M

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Jan.January 08, 2019 03:46 PM

A Bridgehampton property that came on the market in March 2017 with an $11.95 million ask has gone into contract under the same price, Curbed reported. Kenneth Lonergan, who wrote “Gangs of New York” and directed “Manchester by the Sea,” had lived in a previous home on the property at 70 Matthews Lane but sold it in 2015 for $3.7 million. The 12,000-square-foot new construction home was designed by Bobby Alpine and James Michael Howard, who won an Institute of Classical Architecture and Art award in 2017. It has seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms, 30-foot-tall cathedral ceilings in its main living area, a master suite that has access to a rooftop terrace and an eat-in kitchen with a 10-person breakfast nook. The home also has a home theater, a bar and a recreation room with a fireplace. Outside, there are specimen trees, a heated gunite pool, an outdoor fireplace, a spa, a pool house with a half-bathroom and a two-car garage. Martha Gundersen of Brown Harris Stevens and Gary DePersia of the Corcoran Group represented the listing. [Curbed]


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