Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle recently parted ways with their Hamptons getaway. The estate closed this month at $8.1 million. According to public records, the couple picked up the property for $4.415 million in late June 2019, indicating that they saw a substantial return on their investment.
The 9,200 sq. ft. house carries the spirit of the Hamptons summer home style, and contains seven bedrooms and ten baths. It is situated within a gated community, and on 3.9 acres of waterfront land. The house went up in 2008, and features a shingled exterior, a stone chimney, a pair of second-floor balconies in back, and a façade that is broadly expressive and very inviting.
Inside the home, a contemporary-traditional design sensibility prevails. The kitchen is fleshed out with stone tile floors, spacious countertops and island, and glass-paned cabinet doors, and it transitions neatly to a rotunda solarium breakfast room with a glass door opening onto the outdoor deck.
For the rest of the common areas, dark-toned plank hardwood and off-white are used, and in the living room a stacked stone fireplace accent wall rises to meet a half-vault in an otherwise double-height ceiling. The master suite is on the first level, and it’s a generous space; a sitting room and stone fireplace are highlights. All bedrooms in the house are en-suite.
The property’s outdoor living areas extend from the wood deck adjacent to the home to a slate pool and recreation area. The property offers direct access onto the area’s 25-acre spring-fed pond.
Down south, Donald Trump Jr. and brother Eric listed a Palm Beach mansion for $49 million earlier this month.