Alec Baldwin Seeking $19M for 1740-Built Hamptons Farmhouse—$10M Below Original Ask

Alec Baldwin Seeking $19M for 1740-Built Hamptons Farmhouse—$10M Below Original Ask

Published: January 27, 2024 | By: American Luxury Staff

Alec Baldwin has returned his luxurious Hamptons estate to the fickle real estate market, this time with a dramatically reduced price tag. The sprawling Amagansett compound, Baldwin’s refuge since the 1990s, now asks just under $19 million—a steep discount from its ambitious original $29 million ask.

The bucolic 10-acre parcel centers around a stately 1740 farmhouse, since expanded into a lavish 10,000-square-foot homestead. Within its cedar shingle walls, one finds the trappings of Hamptons high life: a theater, and a wood-paneled library for intellectual repose, among other staples. Porches survey the pastoral grounds, where a pool, fireplace pavilion, and vegetable garden conjure Thoreauvian ideals of self-sufficiency.

For Baldwin, this writerly retreat has been a sanctuary from his recent tribulations—the Rust shooting tragedy foremost among them. But the fates of Hollywood are notoriously capricious, and even this Hamptons hideaway apparently bows to monetary realities. Still, for a fortunate few, the privilege of contemplative living amid Amagansett’s winding trails and horse farms remains attainable. The appeal of the land endures, heedless of owners or asking prices.

In the end, Baldwin’s estate stands as a monument to the Hampton’s timeless promise: a place where nature’s wisdom drowns out the ceaseless chatter of an impetuous world. For receptive souls, these 10 acres impart lessons that limelight cannot teach.

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