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Kevin Sorbo Sells Bridgehampton Residence For $8 Million

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1223 Ocean Road, Bridgehampton.

1223 Ocean Road, Bridgehampton.

1223 Ocean Road, Bridgehampton.


1223 Ocean Road, Bridgehampton.


1223 Ocean Road, Bridgehampton.


1223 Ocean Road, Bridgehampton.


authorStaff Writer on Nov 12, 2020

“Hercules: The Legendary Journeys” star Kevin Sorbo and his wife, Sam Sorbo, an actress and talk radio host, have sold one of their Bridgehampton properties for $8.1 million.

The address is 1223 Ocean Road, and it is just four properties removed from the ocean beach. The seven-bedroom residence on 1 acre has 8,000 square feet of living space across three levels.

The double-height entry with stained wood floors leads to the formal living room and an intimate den with a fireplace, according to the listing. The large eat-in kitchen opens to the formal dining room and a sitting room with a fireplace. Rounding out the first floor are a guest suite, a powder room and a three-car garage.

Upstairs, find the master wing with a private balcony and a sitting room with a fireplace. Four additional bedroom suites, including one with a balcony, complete the floor.

The lower level has staff accommodations, a home theater and recreational areas.

Outdoors, enjoy brick patios, al fresco dining, a heated gunite pool with spa, and lush landscaping.

According to town property records, the Sorbos bought the property in 2003 for $2 million and built a new residence and pool there in 2006. Records also indicate that they secured rental permits as far back as 2009.

The Sorbos own a second Bridgehampton home, at 772 Middle Line Highway. Town records indicate Mr. Sorbo purchased that property in 2000, when it was vacant, and received permits in 2003 and 2004 to build a residence.

Corcoran associate broker Gary DePersia had the listing for 1223 Ocean Road. The sale closed on August 24. According to The Real Estate Report Inc., the new owner is an anonymous limited liability company, 1223 Ocean LLC.

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