‘The Mooch,’ beauty entrepreneur slash prices of East End homes

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Apr.April 03, 2019 03:36 PM

Three months after putting his Water Mill mansion on the market for $9.75 million, former White House communications director and Opportunity Zone advocate Anthony Scaramucci has trimmed its ask by a mere $255,000, to $9.45 million, according to Behind the Hedges. The outlet noted that the bigger price cut came to 2020 Meadow Lane in Southampton, a more than 8-acre oceanfront estate owned by beauty entrepreneur Adrien Arpel that hit the market last summer seeking $38 million. Arpel’s property, which is listed with the Corcoran Group’s Tim Davis, has since taken a $6 million price cut, to $32 million, as noted by Behind the Hedges. As for Scaramucci’s home at 30 Lawrence Court in Water Mill, which the Harvard Law School graduate bought a little more than a year ago for $7.5 million, Jane Babcock of Brown Harris Stevens and Mark Baron of Saunders & Associates have that listing. [Behind the Hedges]


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