EXCLUSIVE: Alec Baldwin lists his 10-acre Hamptons estate for $29million – TEN TIMES what he paid in 1996 – seven months after buying 55-acre Vermont farmhouse for $1.7million
- Alec Baldwin’s 10-acre estate in Amagansett has been put on the market for $29million, months after the actor purchased a historic farmhouse in Arlington, Vermont for $1.7million
- The property was one of three Baldwin owned in his home state of New York, where he now only has a penthouse in the Greenwich Village
- Luxury home located 100 miles from the actor’s family penthouse in Greenwich Village, is being billed as the perfect ‘marriage of nature and luxury’
Alec Baldwin’s days of frolicking around his spacious farmhouse in the Hamptons with his wife and brood are numbered, after placing the 10-acre estate on the market for $29million, DailyMail.com has learned.
The stunning home on Town Lane in Amagansett, nestled comfortably in the Long Island billionaire’s enclave, is now one of the most expensive listings in the area.
The property, located 100 miles from the actor’s family penthouse in Greenwich Village, is being billed as the perfect ‘marriage of nature and luxury.’
Alec Baldwin is listing his longtime Hamptons home for $29 million, less than three months after selling an upstate property
The Baldwins are listing their Hamptons estate, on Long Island’s East End, for $29 million
Baldwin bough his Hamptons estate in Amagansett in 1996 for $1.75 million, equivalent to about $3.35 million today
Home consists of four bedrooms and seven bathrooms sitting on 10 acres of land with than 10,000 square feet of living space
It features a 10,000-square-foot modern farmhouse, a pool, spa, covered porches, and a pavilion with a fieldstone fireplace overlooking acres of bucolic preserve in Amagansett’s estate section.
‘Every detail of this impeccable two-story cedar shingle retreat has been curated to maximize indoor/outdoor space and utilize natural light throughout the year,’ the ad reads, with an accompanying video featuring sweeping drone footage over a chill jazz soundtrack.
‘Entertain guests and family with a grand eat-in kitchen, dining room, movie theater, wine tasting room and a private wood-paneled library.’
‘A nature and equestrian enthusiast’s dream getaway offers a unique opportunity to cultivate the reserve or build private stables,’ it continues.
Left, Alec Baldwin and his wife Hilaria Baldwin are photographed going to have dinner in July 2021. Right, Alec Baldwin and his pregnant wife Hilaria are spotted together in the Hamptons, in New York in June
In November 2021, the family were seen enjoying some time playingon the village green in the Hamptons
Baldwin, his wife and their six children spent most of the COVID-19 pandemic on the property – although they are pictured out in public, in November 2021, despite having acres of ground back home
However, Baldwin, whose net worth is estimated at $60 million, and his family won’t have to sleep on anyone’s couch.
He owns several other properties including the sprawling penthouse at Devonshire House in Greenwich Village, which he purchased for $11.7million in 2011.
In February of this year, he purchased a historic 50-acre farm in Vermont for $1.7million – the same day he was hit with a wrongful death suit by the Hutchins family.
The purchase by Baldwin, 64, in the small mountain town of Arlington where his wife Hilaria’s grandfather lived, came after the actor spent months in the area following the tragedy in New Mexico.
Alec Baldwin takes three of his children to a local beach near his home in the Hamptons, New York during the winter months
The home occupies 10 acres of land. Outside, there is a 625-square-foot pavilion with outdoor firepit and a 20’ x 50’ pool and spa, as well as a vegetable garden
The former SNL actor and Oscar-nominated actor reportedly purchased the property in 1996 for $1.75 million, is offloading the property at a challenging time.
The Amagansett property has essentially served as a refuge from New York City as hard times have swirled around the celebrity couple.
In February, Baldwin bought an historic 50-acre farm in Vermont for $1.7million in the small mountain town of Arlington.
According to broker Faith Rhodes, who handled the sale, the farmhouse is nearly 250 years old, and was built in the 1780s.
She added, ‘There are 50-something acres, and it’s just gorgeous … just gorgeous.
‘That part of Arlington is very old and historic. It dates back to the Green Mountain Boys,’ she said, referring to a Revolutionary War-era militia that once protected the area from settlers from other states and later British troops during the latter half of the 18th Century.
‘It’s a really beautiful part of the village.’
The Vermont farmhouse, situated in the sleepy mountain town of Alrington, is nearly 250 years old, and was built in the 1780s
The home features ‘a 3,600 [square foot] main house, and a nicely renovated 1800 [square-foot] guest cottage with 2 baths’ (pictured)
According to Rhodes’ listing for the home, the property sold February 15 for $1.75 million.
Previous real estate records show that the modest home – which features ‘a 3,600 [square foot] main house, and a nicely renovated 1800 [square-foot] guest cottage with 2 baths,’ according to Rhodes – sold for just $559,000 in 2014, suggesting the actor paid a markup of more than 200 percent.
It is unclear what renovations, if any, have been done on the property.
Baldwin’s family has deep ties to the area, with his wife Hilaria’s grandfather, David Lloyd Thomas Sr., having having resided there for most of his life until his death in March 2020, at 92.
Thomas had traveled to the town – which boasts a population of just over 2,000 – to research his genealogical roots, and found that his family’s connection to the area predated the American Revolution, his obituary revealed.
The modest home previously sold for just $559,000 in 2014, suggesting the actor paid a markup of more than 200 percent
The home, which features a cottage as well as a barn, sits on 50 acres of rural farmland
Asked if she thinks the Baldwins are likely to spend time at the the new property, Rhodes said, ‘I’m not sure … It’s certainly not their primary residence,’ referring to the actor’s palatial 4,137-square-foot apartment in New York City – which they have quietly been trying to sell for well over a year.
Rhodes added to The Banner: ‘But they love the community as well. They got to know it and loved it.’
In a previous ad, the property was described as a ‘classic Vermont 18th century farm [that] features 55 beautiful acres, a 3,600 [square foot] main house, and a nicely renovated 1800 [square-foot] guest cottage with 2 baths.’
The home also features ‘numerous outbuildings, updated horse stalls, several pastures, expansive landscaped lawn areas, pleasant views and a pond with a picturesque waterfall spillway’ and ‘substantial renovations that have taken place in recent years.’
Last month, Baldwin was sued by the family of a Marine killed at Kabul Airport in Afghanistan last year after publicly shaming his sister for attending the Capitol riot.
The family of Rylee McCollum, the fallen soldier, filed a lawsuit against the star in which Roice McCollum – Rylee’s 23-year-old sister – shared some of the online abuse she received after Baldwin put her on blast.
He had donated $5,000 to the family’s GoFundMe account months before learning she had attended the Capitol riot on January 6, 2021, some eight months before her brother died.
In the comments section of a photo on Roice’s Instagram, Baldwin wrote: ‘Are you the same woman that I sent the $ to for your sister’s husband who was killed during the Afghanistan exit?’
Publicly, Baldwin said it was ‘ironic’ that she was a rioter when her brother had died fighting for the country.
Within 20 minutes of Baldwin’s post, Roice began to ‘get hostile, aggressive, hateful messages from his followers’, the lawsuit reads.
Just days ago, a Los Angeles Superior Court judge ruled he was primarily responsible for firing a loaded gun in the fatal shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins during the filming of Rust in New Mexico last October, as part of ongoing legal proceedings in the matter.
The FBI released a report concluding that he pulled the trigger on a gun firing off bullets that killed Hutchins, 42, and injured director Joel Souza.
Baldwin has not spoken publicly since the revelation, after repeatedly denying that he pulled the trigger on the gun, which was supposed to be loaded with dummy bullets.
The FBI’s forensic report released examined every aspect of the fatal accident as part of a broader investigation to see if any criminal charges could be brought.
Police in Santa Fe, New Mexico say they are considering filing criminal charges against him.
Baldwin previously claimed that he had pulled back the hammer and posed with it for the camera while Halyna coached him on the positioning.
In interviews with investigators Baldwin said he was told that he was holding a ‘cold gun,’ meaning that it was loaded with dummy rounds.
The actor said that he released it, and it fired without him pulling the trigger, with Baldwin adding ‘I did not pull the trigger.’
Weeks after the shooting, Baldwin and Hilaria, 38, were seen in the Hamptons enjoying a picnic with their children and nannies in a park, chasing soccer balls and munching on potato chips in the great outdoors.
Last January, Hilaria headed out with her husband for a woodland walk, sporting head to toe black in a potential hope to stay incognito in the wake of the storm that erupted about her ‘fake’ Spanish heritage claims.
The yoga expert is expecting her seventh child with the Glengarry Glenn Ross actor. Alec is also father to model Ireland Baldwin, 26, with ex-wife Kim Basinger, 68.
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