One of Southampton’s most notorious properties is back on the market.
Dubbed La Dune, the Gin Lane compound is not only famous for its eye-popping prices and high-profile owners. The property, which has been on the market since 2016, starred in the 1978 Woody Allen drama. interiorIt’s now back with $150 million, and for that sum you can get two beachfront mansions spread over four acres in one of America’s most desirable resort communities.
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The owner, art world publisher Louise Bruin, purchased the property for $13.5 million in the 1990s. wall street journalOne of the houses, built in the late 1800s, is believed to have been designed by architect Stanford White and served as the main residence of Blouin. Another of his properties was originally his guest cottage, which was demolished in the early 2000s and replaced with a house designed by French architect François Catroux.
Blouin spent $10 million building his second home.she said journal She has spent an additional $7 million improving the property over the years. Luxurious facilities include a home theater, hammam, sauna, spa and two gyms.Each house on the property has its own pool, sunken tennis courts and lush landscaping by a garden designer. . Arabella Lennox-Boyd.
“I consider this house a masterpiece,” Bruin told the Journal in an interview. “It’s like looking at my favorite Vermeer painting in the world, Girl with a Pearl Earring.” used for family visiting the mansion.Given that they are on separate two-acre taxable lots, the homes could be sold individually, according to the listing agent. Geoff Gifkins of Nest Seekers.
Blouin is known for her art publishing empire. art information magazines and various other publications.She’s also fighting to keep her control in bankruptcy court the newer of the two propertiesThe legal proceedings stemmed from an outstanding $26 million mortgage she acquired for a new home in 2018, records show. rice field.
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