Harry Macklowe lists Hamptons home for $38M

Estate is near the 9,000-sf home of his ex-wife Linda

Harry Macklowe Lists Hamptons Home for $38M
Harry Macklowe with 64 West End Avenue (Douglas Elliman/Paul Brennan/Martha Gundersen, Getty)

Harry Macklowe is ready to split from his Hamptons home off of Georgica Pond.

The octogenarian real estate developer listed his estate at 64 West End Avenue in East Hampton for $38 million, Curbed reported. Macklowe paid $10.4 million for the home in 2017, using it as a residence with his then-girlfriend, Patricia Landeau — who he has since married — during his acrimonious divorce from his then-wife.

The 5,500-square-foot home sits on nearly three acres. It has four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms. Futterman Architects designed the home, which is surrounded on either side by the famed pond. The home also has a waterfront gunite pool.

Douglas Elliman’s Paul Brennan and Martha Gundersen have the listing; they did not respond to a request for comment from Curbed or The Real Deal. Macklowe also did not respond to a request for comment from The Real Deal.

The home is a hop, skip and jump away — almost literally — from the 9,000-square-foot home Macklowe shared with his ex-wife, Linda. That home was put on the market in 2019 for $21 million, but never sold as Linda decided to stay put.

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Their divorce was one of the uglier matrimonial splits in recent real estate memory, a 50-year marriage ending with a bang. In March 2019, Harry famously unveiled a 42-foot-tall billboard on his project at 432 Park Avenue in Manhattan, featuring himself and Landeau.

Harry’s property is also across the street from a home owned by his brother, Lloyd, up until recently. A year ago, Lloyd and Barbara Macklowe sold their five-bedroom home at 51 West End Road for $35 million, significantly below their $60 million ask in October 2021.

Harry recently staved off a foreclosure auction on his personal units at 432 Park, putting an entity controlling his equity stake in his units into bankruptcy protection to keep CIM Group from initiating the process.

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