“The Mooch” and wife add Manhasset home to their portfolio

The couple bought their new 6,200 sf home for just over $3M

May.May 12, 2019 10:00 AM

Deidre Bell and husband Anthony Scaramucci (Credit: Getty)

Former White House communications chief Anthony Scaramucci and his wife Deidre Bell bought a 6,200-square-foot home in Manhasset for $3.05 million, the New York Post reported, via the Rupert Murdoch-owned Realtor.com, which noted the final sales price was about $1.1 million less than the property came on the market for last year.

The home at 45 Plymouth Road, which was built last year, has six bedrooms, five-and-a-half bathrooms and coffered ceilings, along with a master suite with a fireplace and private balcony. Lisa Ferraro and Rula Baki of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Real Estate handled the listing.

Scaramucci, whose firm SkyBridge Capital hopes to bring in $3 billion in investment for its Opportunity Zones fund, spent just 10 days as President Donald Trump’s press secretary in 2017. The Harvard Law School graduate’s to the Trump administration reportedly so angered Bell that she filed for divorce.

When the couple reconciled, they listed their Southampton beach house for $3.99 million and bought another home in Water Mill for $7.49 million. The couple decided not to sell the beach house and relisted their Water Mill property earlier this year at nearly $10 million. [NYP]Aidan Gardiner

Read more of The Real Deal’s Tri-State coverage here.

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