Iconic White House In East Hampton Hits Market For First Time In 30 Years - 27 East

Iconic White House In East Hampton Hits Market For First Time In 30 Years

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East Hampton's White House.

East Hampton's White House.

East Hampton's White House.

East Hampton's White House.

A red 1988 Ferrari was sold at a ope-house showing last week. The car was owned by the previous ower ad had registered less than 6,000 miles.      KYRIL BROMLEY

A red 1988 Ferrari was sold at a ope-house showing last week. The car was owned by the previous ower ad had registered less than 6,000 miles. KYRIL BROMLEY

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The "White House" in East Hampton is on the market for the first time in 30 years, listed for $9.5 million. KYRIL BROMLEY

The

The "White House" in East Hampton is on the market for the first time in 30 years, listed for $9.5 million. KYRIL BROMLEY

authorStaff Writer on Jul 18, 2019
On the corner of Woods Lane and Main Street in East Hampton Village, a historic mansion sits in full view of passersby, its revered red-geranium-adorned windowsills serving as a familiar... more

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