Disgraced former NBC anchor Matt Lauer, 64, has lastly discovered a purchaser his Hamptons mansion, The Put up has realized completely, because the unfold has entered contract.
The contract worth, nevertheless, isn’t but out there.
The previous “At the moment” host — who was fired from NBC practically 5 years in the past after dealing with allegations of sexual misconduct — purchased the house on Actors Colony Street in North Haven, NY, from actor Richard Gere for $36.5 million in 2016. (Gere had initially listed the property for $65 million in 2013.)
Lauer first listed the property for $44.8 million in 2019, the yr he finalized his divorce from Annette Roque, 55. It hung out on and off the market, and he most not too long ago introduced it again on the market in 2021 for $43.99 million.
The property features a fundamental home, generally known as Strongheart Manor, in-built 1902 that has been renovated and is now energy-efficient and geothermal, in addition to a visitor home — for a complete of 12 bedrooms and 12 bogs. There’s additionally a pond with a bridge and a tea home.
One in all 12 bedrooms inside the house. Corcoran
Strongheart’s eating space. Corcoran
The waterfront mansion sits on 6.3 acres.Corcoran
The primary home incorporates a wraparound screened porch, a big kitchen, formal residing and eating rooms and a number of fireplaces. There’s additionally a 60-foot heated gunite pool with water views, landscaped gardens, specimen bushes, a fitness center and a basketball court docket.
The gated property sits on 6.3 acres and boasts views of the Peconic waterways and Mashomack Protect, with 300 toes of direct bay frontage, a 240-foot-long personal deepwater dock and a sandy seashore. Neighbors embrace the singer Jimmy Buffett.
The sale doesn’t imply Lauer is leaving the Hamptons. He nonetheless owns a 25-acre property close by in Sag Harbor. Roque may even maintain Vivid Aspect Farm, which the former couple purchased for $3.5 million in 2012.
Itemizing dealer Susan Breitenbach, of Corcoran, was not out there for remark.