Stacey Bronfman lists Norman Jaffe-designed Bridgehampton home for $11.5M

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Aug.August 07, 2020 02:50 PM
Stacey Bronfman and her Bridgehampton home (Owen Hoffmann/Patrick McMullan/Getty, Douglas Elliman)

Stacey Bronfman and her Bridgehampton home (Owen Hoffmann/Patrick McMullan/Getty, Douglas Elliman)

Stacey Bronfman has listed her Bridgehampton modernist home for $11.5 million, according to the New York Post. The house was designed by prominent East End architect Norman Jaffe, who lived there for some time. Bronfman, who is the ex-wife of Seagram heir Matthew Bronfman, said that she decorated the interiors to keep with the home’s 1970s style. The house at 75 Sams Creek Road has five bedrooms and four bathrooms and is two blocks from the beach. There’s a backyard pool and private dock on nearby Sams Creek, which leads out to the ocean. [NYP] – Dennis Lynch


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