Two more properties, exit stage Weinstein.
This time, the homes departing Harvey’s portfolio are in Connecticut. The adjacent waterfront properties in Westport sold, collectively, for about $16 million. The properties represented the final holdings of Mr. Weinstein in Westport. Last October, the embattled producer sold the first of his three houses in the city for $1.7 million.
The plot is thickening for Mr. Weinstein; his production company now faces a lawsuit leveled by the Attorney General of New York. According to Variety, legal defense for 11 lawsuits presently lodged against the former Hollywood power broker will not be covered by his insurance company.
Late last month, Weinstein sold his shingle-style retreat in the Hamptons at a considerable loss, accepting a $10 million offer on a home he’d paid $11.7 million for a few years before. His real-estate sell-off has been augmented with a West Hollywood cottage he put up for rent at $7.5K/month about two weeks ago.
The two Westport homes are both period, dating to the first decade of the last century. One is a colonial style with six bedrooms and nine baths across nearly 9,000 square feet; it sold for $10 million. The second is a Cape Cod-style on several acres.
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