East Hampton Chateau gets price-slashed to $22.95M

According to Curbed, the stunning Chateau Amorois located in East Hampton, New York, designed by renowned Boris Baranovich and built by Trunzo Contracting, Inc. in 1988, has asking price chopped by $5.6 million.


Once owned by value investor Christopher Browne, the five-bedroom, five and half bathroom home is sprawled on a whopping 8.3 acres south of the highway. According to the listing details, it features “a classic stucco exterior, marble floors and hand-carved millwork.” There is a dramatic entry hall with inlaid wood flooring, a living room with crown moldings,  a paneled library with wet bar, a marvelous drawing dining room and formal dining room. There are fireplaces in three of these rooms. Upstairs there is a master suite and two spacious guest suites whose balconies look out on the amazing grounds. Besides, the property encompasses a separate guest rooms and staff quarters which comprise a stairwell, a living room and two bedrooms with two bathrooms.

The outdoor space features ornate stone terraces, a heated swimming pool, pool house, tennis court, barn, vistas and man-made lotus pond. The lushly landscaped grounds boast open lawns, manicured lawns, flower gardens and a one-of-a-kind maze of sculptured pathways and bermes. Some of the many species to be found on the grounds are rhododendrons and azaleas, kousa dogwoods, sweet bay magnolias, pear, cherry, yew and linden trees, and an 80 year old tanyosho pine. It is definitely everyone’s dream house.

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