More than eight years after claiming that he “probably” had to leave New York, Alec Baldwin seems to be finally moving in that exact direction.
7 months after bulk purchase 55 acre farm in Vermont64-year-old Baldwin lists his longtime Hamptons estate at $29 million, The Post learned.
This East End listing shows records obtained by the Post less than three months after Baldwin and his wife Hilaria sold their lake house in upstate Cleveland, New York, for $530,000 in July. .
All that’s left is the $16 million luxury penthouse in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village. The Baldwins have quietly shopped outside the market since the pandemic. the post reported.
The feisty actor bought the Hamptons estate in Amagansett in 1996 for $1.75 million. Baldwin, his wife, and his six children spent most of the COVID-19 pandemic at the facility.
Consisting of 4 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms, this residence sits on 10 acres and boasts over 10,000 square feet of living space.
Overlooking the idyllic reserve, the listing describes the home as “a blend of nature and luxury” and a “perfect retreat.”
The two-story home has all the luxury of the Hamptons, including a spacious eat-in kitchen, dining room, movie theater, wine tasting room, and wood-paneled library.
Tony’s outdoor highlights include a custom-built 625-square-foot pavilion, a natural stone fireplace, a 25-by-50-foot pool and spa, and a fenced vegetable garden.
“A nature and equestrian lover’s dream vacation offers a unique opportunity to develop a reserve or build a private stable,” it adds to the list. However, no pictures of the interior are shown.
The Post has reached out to Baldwin’s rep for comment.
Sanders & Associates’ Scott Bradley keeps the list.
Meanwhile, on June 28, the Baldwins quietly sold their six-bedroom, six-bathroom home in Central New York, which boasts 340-foot views of Lake Oneida.
Spanning over 5,400 square feet on 2.4 acres, they bought the home in 2016 for just $250,000 at the time.
Baldwin’s aggressive real estate move comes less than a year after the shooting on the New Mexico set of the now-suspended movie Rust. On October 21, 2021, Baldwin fired a gun that had been used as a prop, killing cinematographer Halina Hutchins and injuring director Joel Souza. What happened at the Bonanza Creek Ranch in Santa Fe? judged to be an accident by the New Mexico Office of Medical Investigators in August.Meanwhile, the Hutchins family Wrongful death lawsuit filed against Baldwin.
In the 2014 status article new york magazineBaldwin openly discussed leaving New York and choosing a more private life instead.
“The New Yorker will give you a brief comment. ‘Big fan,’ they’ll say…they’ve shown their appreciation for you very politely,” Baldwin said. To be is to give everyone five feet You gave everyone privacy And now we won’t leave each other alone Now we’re in the digital arena like Rome live [Coliseum]thumbs up or down.
“There was a time when people in the world didn’t have cameras in their pockets,” he added. “There are cameras everywhere, press outlets for them to ‘record their stories.’ They line up for coffee and take pictures of you. They take pictures of your baby.” I’m trying. Everyone has a camera. I’ll tweet when I’m done. It’s… contrived.”