Don Jr. was looking for a place in the Hamptons. First, he needed to find room for his guns.

First son is in contract with girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle for a $4.5M Bridgehampton home

Apr.April 26, 2019 11:00 AM
Donald Trump Jr. and the Hamptons (Credit: Getty Images, Pixabay, and Discover Long Island)

Donald Trump Jr. and the Hamptons (Credit: Getty Images, Pixabay, and Discover Long Island)

The top priority for Donald Trump Jr. when searching for a new home in the Hamptons? A room to store his guns.

Trump was looking for a home in the Hamptons with his girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle, and the two ultimately settled on a $4.5 million, seven-room house in Bridgehampton, according to the New York Post. He wasn’t immediately taken with it, so the pair decided they would add a new room for his firearms.

The move was part of Guilfoyle’s attempt to convince Trump that moving to the East End is a good idea, even though he prefers Westchester.

“There are lots of gun owners out here, and there is a big hunting season in the spring and fall,” one source told the Post. “Don Jr. loves to hunt. He is looking forward to spring and fall hunting season in the Hamptons.”

The home spans 9,200 square feet and features a 25-acre kettle pond as well. It is set up as a traditional home with a living room, a formal dining room and an eat-in chef’s kitchen. There is a pool with a waterfall and spa outside, along with room for tennis courts.

Corcoran Group’s Susan Breitenbach has the listing. [NYP] – Eddie Small

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