One of New York’s top real-estate tycoons is selling his Hamptons mansion for $5 million — look inside

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Jerry Rosengarten just put his Southampton home on the market for $5.15 million.

The exquisitely designed house combines modern and antique details.

“I built this house for sale, not for everyone, because it is a truly custom home,” said Rosengarten, a real-estate entrepreneur who owns the famed Bowery Hotel.

Let’s take a look at this elegant residence, courtesy of the listing by Douglas Elliman.


Finished in 2016, the 6,662-square-foot home is designed to effortlessly combine old and new.

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A set of gates welcomes visitors to the property, ensuring privacy in a neighborhood that has become increasingly popular in recent years.

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The house sits on 0.58 acres, boasting large, mature trees; two outdoor fireplaces; and a lower-level rock garden patio for entertaining.

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One of the property’s most exceptional outdoor features is the heated gunite infinity pool with a waterfall that cascades into the winding stone walkway.

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The inside of the house is expertly designed to blend with the surrounding nature.

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Multiple entrances, terraces, and decks are some of the artistic elements that make the house so unique.

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Modern construction means that the home is outfitted with all of the latest appliances and amenities. A media room, wine cellar, office/gym loft, steam showers, geothermal heating and cooling, and ‘smart” technology throughout are just some of the state-of-the-art offerings.

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Seven pristine bathrooms complement the home’s six bedrooms.

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Despite all of the contemporary touches, Rosengarten’s favorite part of the house is the oldest: the carriage section with 100-year-old wood floors and stone walls. It comprises the great room, kitchen, and dining room, with a trapdoor to the media room and wine cellar.

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Beyond the house itself, Rosengarten is quick to praise the location. “I have lived in the neighborhood for over 20 years and would never choose another area in the Hamptons,” he told Business Insider.

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“You really don’t need a car. Everything is within walking distance,” he said. The iconic village of Southampton, famous for offering upscale shopping and fine dining without the hustle and bustle of city life, is just minutes away from the property.

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Without a doubt, the next residents will have the best of both worlds in several respects — a home that combines modernity with antiquity, technology with nature, plus a location that offers privacy as well as easy access to one of Long Island’s finest towns.

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