A Gilded Age Hamptons mansion that once belonged to members of the Carnegie family as a summer home has been relisted with a $8 million discount
The mansion, on Coopers Neck Lane in the posh Long Island enclave of Southampton, was previously listed for sale in 2015 for $37.5 million, only to be later taken off the market and relisted for sale Wednesday for $29.5 million.
Property records show that the current owner is investment banker Roberto de Guardiola, of De Guardiola Advisors, and his wife, interior designer Joanne de Guardiola.
According to a previous report by The Wall Street Journal, the three-story home was bought by Thomas Morrison Carnegie Jr., nephew of industrialist Andrew Carnegie, in the 20th century and remained in the family until the 1950s.
Located less than half a mile from the Atlantic Ocean, the classic shingle-style home built in 1899 sits on 4.6 acres and comes complete with 12,000 square feet of living space, including 11 bedrooms, according to the listing. There is also a 50-foot swimming pool and a tennis court on the property.
Despite its high price tag, it doesn’t even make it into the the top-10 most expensive estates for sale in Southampton, according to Zillow. The most expensive is a $145 million compound on Gin Lane, which includes two large houses.
Molly Ferrer of Sotheby’s International Realty, the listing agent, did not respond immediately to request for comment.
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