Andy Cohen closes on oceanfront parcel in Amagansett after price cut

New York /
Apr.April 25, 2019 11:44 AM

Bravo talk show host and reality television extraordinaire Andy Cohen has closed on his purchase of an oceanfront Amagansett property with the final price landing at $5.4 million, according to 27east. The vacant parcel at 161 Marine Boulevard originally listed for $7.25 million in 2018, but had its price recently chopped down to $5.9 million before it finally settled about $500,000 lower. Fellow screen star Sarah Jessica Park apparently helped Cohen pick the place, according to Behind the Hedges. With 125 feet of frontage on the Atlantic Ocean, the vacant plot spans about about half an acre. The land already has permits in place for a house with a deck and walkway to the beach. Cindy Shea of Sotheby’s International Realty had the listing. Cohen, who welcomed a new son in February, has long been a resident of Sag Harbor. [27east]


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