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East Hampton ‘White House’ Sold

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The "White House" at 6 Woods Lane in East Hampton Village.

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The "White House" at 6 Woods Lane in East Hampton Village. KYRIL BROMLEY

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The "White House" at 6 Woods Lane in East Hampton Village. KYRIL BROMLEY

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The "White House" at 6 Woods Lane in East Hampton Village. KYRIL BROMLEY

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The "White House" at 6 Woods Lane in East Hampton Village. KYRIL BROMLEY

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The "White House" at 6 Woods Lane in East Hampton Village. KYRIL BROMLEY

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The "White House" at 6 Woods Lane in East Hampton Village. KYRIL BROMLEY

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The "White House" at 6 Woods Lane in East Hampton Village. KYRIL BROMLEY

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The "White House" at 6 Woods Lane in East Hampton Village. KYRIL BROMLEY

"The White House" in East Hampton. COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

authorStaff Writer on Dec 21, 2020

The sale of East Hampton Village’s “White House” closed last week after the iconic estate was last asking $7.25 million.

At 6 Woods Lane, the 3-acre property boasts a historic mansion restored in 1992 with marble floors, arched doorways and a rosewood paneled library.

Both the living room and family room have a fireplace, and adjacent to the living room is a sunroom with diamond-pane windows, according to the listing. The kitchen is outfitted with a double Viking oven and a Sub-Zero refrigerator.

On the second floor, find three en-suite bedrooms, two of which have a fireplace. The master suite accesses a large private balcony that overlooks Town Pond. Three additional bedrooms round out the floor.

Up on the third floor is a sitting room, an en-suite bedroom and a large playroom. Down on the finished lower level there’s a rosewood bar, a fireplace, a sauna, a Jacuzzi and a wine cellar.

The White House went on the market in May 2019 for the first time in 30 years. The initial asking price was $12.5 million, but by that summer the price tag was slashed to $9.5 million.

Douglas Brown and Paul Brennan of Douglas Elliman had the listing. The sale went into contract back in October.

The seller was the estate of Fred Mengoni. Mr. Mengoni, who died in 2018, purchased 6 Woods Lane in 1989 and his significant renovation work inside and out gave the residence its appearance today — and its name. It was Mr. Mengoni who had the home painted white and planted windowboxes with the red geraniums that became a familiar sight.

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