One-Time Summer Home Of Mets Owner Steve Cohen Sells For $23 Million In East Hampton - 27 East

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One-Time Summer Home Of Mets Owner Steve Cohen Sells For $23 Million In East Hampton

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96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

96 Further Lane, East Hampton. COURTESY COMPASS

authorStaff Writer on Jun 22, 2021

A 2-acre East Hampton estate with a recently expanded 9,795-square-foot residence recently sold for an even $23 million after seeking $25 million.

At 96 Further Lane, the estate also comes with a heated gunite pool and spa, a Har-Tur tennis court and deeded ocean access. It was originally built in 2006 and once belonged to Steve Cohen, the hedge funder who bought The Mets last year.

The gambrel home with coffered ceilings has 11 bedrooms, 11 full bathrooms and two half-baths, according to the listing. The first-floor living area has fold-up glass NanaWalls that open for seamlessness between the indoors and the covered porch with both fans and heaters.

A bluestone patio around the pool also leads to a pool house with a half-bath, a changing area and an outdoor fireplace.

Back in the main house, the double-height foyer opens to the main level including a formal dining room and den with gas fireplace, a full bar and a state-of-the-art wine refrigerator. The eat-in chef’s kitchen has top-of-the-line stainless steel and built-in Miele appliances with three refrigerators, an island and a pantry. The open concept living space includes a dining area and a living room with a gas fireplace. A junior master suite with French doors leads to the terrace.

Rounding out the first floor are two powder rooms, staff quarters with a full bathroom and a laundry room.

Heading upstairs, the master suite has a sitting room with French doors to a balcony, his and hers walk-in closets, plus a bathroom with radiant heat, double vanity and a separate tub. Six more en-suite bedrooms are found on that same level as well as another laundry room.

The finished lower level features a billiard room, a fully equipped gym with its own bath, a second workout area, and two bedrooms that share a bathroom.

Also among the amenities are an elevator and a three-car radiant heated garage.

The seller was Ninety Six Further Lane Inc and the new owner is 96 East LP, according to The Real Estate Report Inc. The deal closed on May 6.

The Petrie Team at Compass had the listing.

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