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Jericho home of juice company’s founding family member gets price chop

July 15, 2019 09:13PM

A home in Jericho owned by Apple & Eve juice company founding family member Cary Crane was on the market for $2.5 million, Long Island Press reported last month. But property listings show that the 5,000-square-foot mansion at 25 Olde Hamlet Drive, located in the Hamlet Estates gated community in Jericho, took a $170,000 price cut on July 2, to nearly $2.4 million. Built on a quarter-acre lot in 2006, the five-bedroom Colonial has five-and-a-half bathrooms, an eat-in kitchen, a fully finished basement and a wet bar, according to Long Island Press. Other amenities include an elevator, patio, deck and an attached three-car garage, as well as access to the in-ground pool and tennis courts within the gated community. The proposed sale by Crane, a former executive vice president of sales at Apple & Eve, and his wife, Andrea, comes a little more than a year after the couple paid $4.4 million to buy another 5,000-square-foot home in Westhampton. Apple & Eve, based in Port Washington, was sold to a Canadian company for $150 million in July 2014. Marie Salerno and Jean Pettigrew of Douglas Elliman have the listing for the Jericho property. [Long Island Press]