Hamptons celebrities are making some moves in the always exciting New York and East End real estate game this month. See who’s buying and who’s selling in NYC and points closer to home.
South Fork foodie Bobby Flay is selling the Chelsea Mercantile apartment he shared with ex-wife Stephanie March. The 3,200-square-foot pad on 7th Avenue features three bedrooms, a billiards room, huge professional kitchen and industrial chic detailing, including exposed beams, a tin ceiling and a zinc bar top from Paris. It is listed with Corcoran for $7.95 million. See the Corcoran listing here.
East Ender Jon Bon Jovi closed on a $12.87 million condo on Charles Street in New York’s West Village through Douglas Elliman last month. The four-bedroom, 4.5-bath apartment is in a sold-out 91-unit building near Washington Street, according to Page Six, which includes a full staff, 40,000 square feet of private green space, a private covered driveway, a 75-foot lap pool, a lounge and a children’s playroom. Bon Jovi sold his 7,452-square-foot penthouse at 158 Mercer Street in the spring for $34 million.
Former model Nancy Grigor and her husband, high-profile criminal lawyer Michael Griffith, have put their East Hampton colonial on the market. The five-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom home, which has been featured in photo shoots by Vogue magazine and The Lexington Company, is on more than an acre with a heated gunite pool and a two-car garage. It also includes a separate cottage with a cathedral ceiling and skylights—all for $2.285 million. With her modeling days behind her, Grigor now scouts properties on the East End for films and photo shoots through her company Hamptons Locations.
Art collector Adam Lindemann closed on Eothen, the former oceanfront estate of Pop artist Andy Warhol, in Montauk for $50 million on December 14. The deal, through Douglas Elliman, marks the most expensive home sale ever in Montauk.
Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber‘s Amagansett house is still on the market with Sotheby’s. The 6,061-square-foot home, in the Amagansett Lanes, is walking distance to both town and the beach, has 5 bedrooms, 7.5 bathrooms, a gunite pool and a pool house. The asking price is $5.85 million. See the Sotheby’s listing here.
Oscar-winner Julianne Moore‘s Montauk home is also still on the market with Town & Country Real Estate for just shy of $3.5 million. The modest, 1,000-square-foot waterfront cottage faces Fort Pond on .69 acres with three bedrooms and one bath, a lovely screened-in porch, and a gunite pool with cabana and outdoor shower. See the Town & Country listing here.