Sean Hannity fan pays $12.7M for his Gold Coast home

Bidding war erupts before deal in Oyster Bay

<p>A photo illustration of Sean Hannity and 406 Centre Island Road in Oyster Bay (Getty, Google Maps)</p>

A photo illustration of Sean Hannity and 406 Centre Island Road in Oyster Bay (Getty, Google Maps)

Sean Hannity may be done with New York, but fans of the Fox News host are not, likely to the delight of the media personality.

Hannity sold his home on Long Island’s Gold Coast for approximately $12.7 million, the Wall Street Journal reported. The sale of the home at 406 Centre Island Road in Oyster Bay closed only weeks after the estate hit the market for roughly $13.8 million. The purchase price works out to approximately $1,155 per square foot for the 11,000-square-foot, seven-bedroom main home.

While the anonymous buyer — a fan of Hannity — came in more than $1 million under the asking price, they also snapped up Hannity’s furniture and books, which brought the total price of the transaction above $13 million. The buyer also offered a cash deal and terms favorable to the seller.

The six-acre estate includes a private dock on Oyster Bay, a par 3 golf course and a putting green, along with a swimming pool and a lighted tennis court. Hannity purchased the property in 2008 for $8.5 million and spent millions on renovations over the years.

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Nest Seekers International’s Shawn Elliott and Zachary Elliott had the listing. The home received four offers, leading to a bidding war, and went into contract within a week of its listing.

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At the start of the year, Hannity announced the move of his “Hannity” program and “The Sean Hannity Show” radio program to West Palm Beach, declaring himself done with New York and ready to embrace the “free state of Florida.”

Hannity bought an oceanfront townhouse in Palm Beach in April 2021 for $5.3 million. The 3,800-square-foot, three-bedroom, four-bathroom townhouse has a back patio, which includes a private pool, facing the ocean. A year after the purchase, the Palm Beach Town Council unanimously approved plans for an addition for the home.

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