Jerome Robbins’ Bridgehampton bungalow lists for nearly $15M

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Mar.March 20, 2019 02:45 PM

The onetime home of iconic Broadway choreographer Jerome Robbins has hit the market for $14.995 million, Mansion Global reported. Robbins, a co-creator of “West Side Story,” bought the property at 139 Dune Road in 1978. He passed the two-bedroom bungalow to his eponymous foundation devoted to funding dance and theater. Robbins, who died at 79 in 1998, reportedly found inspiration at the home for one of his last ballets, “Ives, Songs,” according to Architectural Digest. The 750-square-foot home has two-and-a-half bathrooms, a large stone fireplace, a wraparound porch that overlooks a sea grass lawn, beach and the Atlantic Ocean, as well as a private path to 120 feet of water frontage. The also property has a 45-foot pool and views of Mecox Bay to the north. The listing agents for the home are Sotheby’s International Realty’s Marilyn Clark, Martha Murray and Frank Newbold, who have pitched the property as redevelopment opportunity. Mansion Global noted that current zoning rules allow for a 6,400-square-foot home on the site. [Mansion Global]


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