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Further Lane Traditional Sells for $16.7 Million

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The traditional at 133 Further Lane, East Hampton, sold for $16.7 million.  COURTESY THE CORCORAN GROUP

The traditional at 133 Further Lane, East Hampton, sold for $16.7 million. COURTESY THE CORCORAN GROUP

authorStaff Writer on Nov 8, 2022

A custom-built 9,000-square-foot traditional on nearly two acres in East Hampton sold this summer for $16.7 million after seeking $17.8 million.

At 133 Further Lane, the residence is designed by architect Larry Randolph with interiors by John Barman and landscape design by LaGuardia Design Group.

The home includes a double-height entry foyer, a state-of-the art kitchen, living, dining and family rooms, a two-story private office, seven bedrooms, eight full bathrooms and two half-baths, and three fireplaces. All common areas have French doors to the patio with a view of the large lawn, an oversized pool with built-in spa, a fire pit, an outdoor kitchen, a Deco-coated tennis court and magnificent landscaping, according to the Corcoran listing, and a finished basement with a playroom and den provide additional space.

Associate broker Susan Breitenbach of Corcoran handled both sides of the sale.

“Amazing property, location and totally pristine turn-key home with pool and tennis and of course incredible location on Further Lane,” Breitenbach said. “Cannot be replaced for that price!”

The deal closed on August 5, according to The Real Estate Report Inc., which identified the sellers as Gregory and Diana Porges. The buyer’s identity is shielded by a limited liability company.

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