Barry Rosenstein Sells Off One Of His Hamptons Homes For $37 Million
Barry Rosenstein, hedge fund manager, one manor house in the Hamptons, Wall Street newspaper reports. Rosenstein sold the smaller of his two Hamptons homes to an undisclosed buyer for $ 37 million. It’s a little less than what Rosenstein originally wanted for the house when it first went on sale in 2017, when it had an asking price of $ 70 million. But it’s still enough to make it the biggest real estate sale among the most important of the year in the Hamptons region.
As for the house itself, it sits on 1.5 acre of land and covers 14,000 square feet of interior space. It has nine bedrooms and 11 full bathrooms, plus two more half baths for good measure. As for amenities, the house is equipped with an air-conditioned garage, several fireplaces and perhaps the most impressive of all, spectacular views of the ocean (very) nearby.
Marketing documents for property registration in 2017 continue:
“When you enter the house, you are greeted by a breathtaking view of the ocean through the oversized swing gate in the entrance gallery – a perfect space for unique works of art. West of the gallery entrance, a custom double-sided CorTen steel wood fireplace anchors the house and connects the living room to the den. Several French doors lead to the outdoor shade pavilion where the magnificent views continue. Entertain yourself in the den with a bar personalized with seating, dishwasher and fridge, sitting area with fireplace, sun-filled windows and a wall of patio doors leading to the shadow pavilion with ocean views. “
This is just the main house – this property has many impressive outdoor features, including the 62-foot pool, as well as a reflective outdoor pool, which, with the ocean, combine to form a “meditation on the water”. joined by a yoga pavilion constructed from glass and steel designed to be both a sculpture and a functional building. Then there is the separate guest or caretaker’s house with its own two bedrooms, dining room and full kitchen.
You can take a look at the former Rosenstein residence in the video below, courtesy of Bespoke Real Estate:
The property was purchased by Rosenstein for a stated amount of $ 19.2 million in 2005 when he leveled the previous house (which dates back to the 1920s) in order to build it. And in 2014, he spent $ 137 million on a much larger property, which not only set a residential price record for the Hamptons but at the time of sale, one for the whole country – and he stays in the top 5 even now.