Stewart Rahr, a pharmaceutical billionaire who the New York Post says is known as “Steve Rah Rah, the No. 1 King of All Fun,” bought an eight-bedroom property in Hampton in 2004. Now, after more than five years trying to sell the property, he has found a buyer for the sum of $ 50 million: much less than the $ 95 million he was originally asking for.
The mansion, known as “Burnt Point”, was designed by architect Francis Fleetwood, and was once described by Rahr himself as something about the film “On Golden Pond”. But neighbors in the area reportedly have a different cultural touchstone to describe their feelings for the property: “Dracula’s Palace.”
The Prince of Darkness was not mentioned in the official marketing materials of the house, which describe the burn point in this way:
“The stone and wrought-iron gate marks the entrance to the estate, behind which is a half-mile-long driveway, which culminates in a circular motor court drive with a covered motor coach drive. The excellent interior of the house is almost every Set against a backdrop of water with views from the side. Room. Interior architectural details by Brian O’Keefe and Marjorie Shushan’s interior design work are depicted throughout the residence, including eight bedrooms, 10 full and four half bathrooms, And separate guest wing included. An internal breezeway of the Kottold Stone connecting the main house. The guest wing, as well as two working elevators, increase access and promote a smooth flow from one location to another. The 200-year-old antique oak floor, arched arched doors, six stone fireplaces, and distinctive workspace are characteristic of the house. With character ensuring that no two rooms are exactly alike. “
It is not known whether the buyer of Burnt Point bought it for his Dracula-like properties, but you can check it out from the Baspoc Real Estate YouTube channel, taking a look at the video below.