Harvey Weinstein's Amagansett Mansion Re-Lists for $12.4M
Harvey Weinstein has thus far had no luck unloading his Amagansett mansion. The Academy Award-winning producer paid $11.65M when he bought it in 2014 and first tried to sell it last year with a $13.5M price tag. He later reduced the price to $12.8M and recently re-listed it with Sotheby’s International Realty’s Frank Newbold and Beate V. Moore at $12.4M. The listing agents told Mansion Global that Weinstein and his wife, Marchesa co-founder Georgina Chapman, continue to own homes in New York City and Connecticut and don’t make it out to the Hamptons often, which is why they are selling.
Not surprisingly, the 9,000-square-foot home has an enviable home theater on its lower level with a separate projection room, a 20-foot-wide 3-D viewing screen and a wood-burning fireplace (one of 5 found throughout the house). An adjacent “lobby” has a wet bar and popcorn machine for an authentic movie theater experience. The upper levels house 5 bedrooms as well as an attached 2-bedroom guest wing with a separate entrance. The house sits on 2 acres with Gardiners Bay frontage and the pool, terrace and roof deck are all positioned to take advantage of the views.