Dressmaker Jill Stuart has offered her Hamptons house.
The gorgeous Sagaponack property, at 113 Parsonage Lane, closed for $9.35 million earlier this month. It final requested $10.99 million. It first hit the market, with a special dealer, for $13.99 million in June 2021.
Two years earlier than first itemizing the East Finish property, Stuart sued her estranged husband Ron Curtis, her clothes firm’s CEO, claiming she misplaced $25 million after he mismanaged a household belief. Whereas Stuart couldn’t be reached for remark, sources say the couple are nonetheless in divorce proceedings.
The 5,000-square-foot trendy farmhouse sits on 1.6 acres and comes with interiors by architect Annabelle Selldorf, who additionally did the interiors for Stuart’s six-bedroom apartment on the Philip Johnson-designed City Glass Home in Soho.
The Hamptons house opens to a lobby that results in a lounge with a woodburning hearth. There’s additionally an eat-in chef’s kitchen, a media/household room and a eating room with French doorways that lead exterior. The primary ground additionally features a junior bed room suite and one other visitor bed room. Upstairs, there are 4 ensuite bedrooms with a primary bed room that boasts one other woodburning hearth, a windowed dressing room and a spa-like tub. A pool home on the property has a fitness center, a toilet and a laundry room.
Outdoors, there are bluestone patios, a fuel hearth pit, a pool, a Jacuzzi, a four-car storage, landscaped gardens — and loads of room to construct tennis courts.
The itemizing dealer was Douglas Elliman’s Kelly Bensimon — the creator, mannequin, TV persona and “The Actual Housewives of New York Metropolis” alum — and a possible solid member for its future spin-off collection, “Legacy,” Web page Six reported. Bensimon, a dealer in Manhattan, the Hamptons and Florida, now heads a staff of 12 and tells Gimme Shelter that she has a worldwide enterprise with shoppers in Paris, Brazil, London and Australia.