Bridgehampton estate modeled after Beijing’s Summer Palace seeks $7.9M

Douglas Elliman’s Paul Brennan has the Bridgehampton listing.
Douglas Elliman’s Paul Brennan has the Bridgehampton listing.

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A Bridgehampton estate designed to look like the Summer Palace in Beijing has hit the market for $7.9 million, Mansion Global reported. The estate includes a seven-bedroom main house, gardens designed by Chinese artist Jian Guo Xu, a “garden structure” with 500-year-old doors that looks exactly like a 15th-century Beijing temple, a Koi pond, a “pool/tea house” and a “lagoon-like” pool and spa, among other amenities. The current owner, Jeremy Reifer, says the property was vacant when his father purchased it back in 2002. “He had been to China many times on vacation and developed a strong interest in Chinese art, specifically porcelain,” Reifer said. Douglas Elliman’s Paul Brennan has the listing. [Mansion Global]