WEB ID: 47553

East Hampton

sold

10 BEDS | 11.5 BATHS | Residential

$24,000,000
    • 10 BEDS
    • 11.5 BATHS
    • 8500 APPROX. SQFT
    • 0.5 ACREAGE
    • POOL
    • BUILT 1969

    The Details

    About East Hampton, NY 11937

    First offering. Designed by noted architect Arthur C. Jackson and built in 1917 Lasata or Place of Peace is recognized as one of the most beautiful houses in America. Situated on 7.15 acres, this compound captures the eye with its graceful lines and poetic presence. Summer home to the Bouviers throughout the 1920's, there have been only a handful of owners over the past century. Impeccably rest...

    key features
    • Bonus room
    • Breakfast area
    • Central air
    • Eat-in kitchen
    • Finished basement
    • Formal dining room
    • Great room
    • Heated pool
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    Sales History
    Sales History for
    datepricestatus02/29/2020$600,000Sold02/21/2020$1,720,000Sold09/30/2014$3,100,000Sold

    Monthly Costs

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    Total$86,216.58/Month

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    • 30 Years Fixed
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    • Principal & Interest$86,216.58
    • Property Taxes0
    • Maintenance / Common Charges0
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