Artist’s Sag Harbor home gets price cut to a ‘bargain’ $795K

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Feb.February 06, 2019 11:28 AM

Andrea Grover, the artist and executive director of Guild Hall of East Hampton, has slashed the ask of her shingled Sag Harbor home to $795,000, making it “one of the few bargains around,” according to the New York Post. The 1,650-square-foot home at 56 Pine Neck Lane was built in 1930, Curbed reported. Grover, who was a curator for the Century Arts Foundation at the Parrish Art Museum until being hired by Guild Hall in mid-2016, bought the home for $525,000 in 2010. She listed the home for $825,000 in December 2018. The most federal tax records for Guild Hall show that Grover earned $64,113 in total compensation from the nonprofit cultural institution for her partial year of employment in 2016. Her predecessor, the retired Ruth Appelhof, earned nearly $210,000 from Guild Hall that same year. Grover’s home has three bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, hardwood floors in the living room and cathedral ceilings in the living room. Douglas Elliman’s Rima Mardoyan Smyth and Ryan Struble are handling the listing. [New York Post]


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