Michael J. Fox, Tracy Pollan Sell Quogue Home For $6 Million - 27 East

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Michael J. Fox, Tracy Pollan Sell Quogue Home For $6 Million

authorStaff Writer on May 28, 2021

Michael J. Fox and wife Tracy Pollan recently sold their Quogue residence for $6,125,000, a little less than they paid for it.

The couple purchased the 7,000-square-foot, gambrel shingle-style traditional on 1.1 acres from a developer in 2007 for $6.3 million.

No public listing for the sale of the residence was available; however, it’s been listed for rent in the past for as much as $300,000 for Memorial Day through Labor Day.

The home includes six en-suite bedrooms; a gourmet chef’s kitchen, with double sink, Viking appliances and a wine fridge; a breakfast nook; a large living area with a stone fireplace; a formal dining room with a fireplace; a library and an enclosed deck. The master suite has its own egress to the grounds.

The lower level includes a play area, a wine cellar and a movie theater. Outdoors, a heated in-ground pool has a jacuzzi and is complemented by a pool house. There is a two-car garage as well.

The deal closed April 18, and the new owner is David J. Mastrocola, according to The Real Estate Report Inc. Mr. Mastrocola is a former partner at Goldman Sachs and currently the advisory chairman for Pleasant Lake Partners, a Manhattan hedge fund.

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