FOR SALE! Alec Baldwin lists his 10-acre Hamptons estate for a whopping $29 million
The property has been listed for 10 times the amount that Baldwin paid to purchase it in 1996
AMAGANSETT, NEW YORK: 'Rust' actor Alec Baldwin's 10-acre property in Amansgett has been listed for sale for $29 million. His longtime estate in the Hamptons is a modern farmhouse. Boasting luxury and space, it is located on 335 Town Lane, often dubbed the Long Island billionaires enclave.
The property's listing describes the spectacular estate as "a marriage of nature and luxury," placing it among the most expensive listings in the region according to the Daily Mail. It is situated approximately 100 miles from Baldwin's family penthouse in Greenwich Village. The listing comes mere months after the actor spent $1.7 million on a historic farmhouse in Arlington, Vermont.
Baldwin's Hamptons estate overlooks acres of pastoral countryside in Amagansett's Estate Section. It is remarkably spacious, offering over 10,000 square feet. The house features four spacious bedrooms and comes equipped with luxurious amenities such as a pool, a spa, a movie theater, a wine tasting room, and a private wood-paneled library. The listing reveals, "Every detail of this impeccable two-story cedar shingle retreat has been curated to maximize indoor/outdoor space and utilize natural light throughout the year."
The outdoor section is well-equipped to entertain guests with classic extravagance. A grand pavilion with a stunning fieldstone fireplace adds to the beauty of the property. Several covered porches are scattered around. The bucolic reserves to the south of the house can be easily viewed from the two balconies on the upper level of the two-storeyed home. There is even an ample-sized fenced vegetable garden.
The ad also reveals that the villa comes with pre-approved plans for expansion for an additional 1,200 square feet, which includes a study, en-suite bedroom as well as a covered balcony. Above all, the 10-acre estate is a "nature and equestrian enthusiast's dream getaway" that offers "a unique opportunity to cultivate the reserve or build private stables."
With the sale of his longtime Hamptons home, Baldwin will still retain their primary residence, their 4,100-square-foot penthouse at the Devonshire House in New York’s Greenwich Village. Earlier this year, the actor also purchased a 50-acre farmhouse in Vermont, in the mountain town of Arlington. He spent months there with his family following the tragedy on the New Mexico sets of his movie 'Rust', where an accidental shooting led to the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.