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Helmut Lang snags new Hamptons estate, paying $2M over ask

Recent off the roughly $70 million sale of the 2 remaining parcels of his East Hampton property, designer and artist Helmut Lang has purchased a brand new East Finish property — from 88-year-old heiress and socialite Christophe de Menil, Gimme Shelter can reveal. 

De Menil, who was briefly married to Uma Thurman’s father Robert in 1960, when she was 27 and he was 19, has been the topic of a lawsuit filed final fall by Alina Morini, a former at-home caregiver. The lawsuit partly alleges that de Menil’s daughter Taya — the mom of the late artist Sprint Snow and the half sister of Uma Thurman — has imprisoned de Menil in her East 81st Road townhouse, because the Put up first reported. 

Lang’s newly acquired 2,500-square-foot property comes with 4 bedrooms, three full loos, a powder room — and sits on 1.84 acres. It stands surrounded by 700 acres of state-owned land which might be common with birders and hikers. A number of the mountaineering trails date to the 1700s, and run by means of forests, wetlands and bluffs. The property “is heaven,” stated Mary Ellen McGuire, a Brown Harris Stevens dealer who repped the customer and vendor. “It’s probably the most fantastic, magical, lovely piece of property,” including that it comes with a stairway that results in the seaside, and it’s so elevated that it isn’t a part of any flood zone. 

The Austrian-born Lang lately offered two East Hampton parcels for $70 million.
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Lang spent nearly $2 million above the asking price to make Barcelona Point his own.
Lang spent almost $2 million above the asking value to make Barcelona Level his personal.
Doug Kuntz
This house at Barcelona Point in East Hampton was perchased by Helmut Lang
The property is accessed by way of a 2-mile driveway.
Doug Kuntz

The secluded waterfront property, often known as Barcelona Level, was asking $8.6 million, but it surely offered for $10.2 million — almost $2 million over ask. 

The property is accessed by a 2-mile drive on a highway maintained by the East Hampton Trustees. In accordance with native lore, the property’s title reportedly comes from sailors who stated the 80-foot bluffs reminded them of Barcelona.  

As for his now-former property, Lang offered one of many Tyson Lane parcels in East Hampton to Hess CEO John Hess and one other to billionaire financier Howard Marks, co-chairman of Oaktree Capital Administration, purchased 1.6 acres for $40 million, in response to the WSJ. Lang first put your complete property available on the market as a $100 million whisper itemizing in 2019, Gimme reported completely. When that didn’t work, Lang divided the property into three parcels and put two available on the market for $65 million. The current deal offers Lang the choice to stay on the property for 2 years, in response to experiences. 

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We hear…that biodiesel and pot entrepreneur, enterprise capitalist and philanthropist Samuel P. “Pat” Black, III is auctioning two timeshares on the St Regis in Midtown. Every has a beginning bid of $185,000 and every has annual carry prices of roughly $22,000. Each timeshares function two bedrooms and three loos, together with perks like twice day by day maid service. They’re obtainable for 28 days of use per yr — together with one designated/fastened week –,plus 21 floating days that may be booked like a resort. The public sale shall be held by Misha Haghani’s Paramount Realty USA on July 12hth. 

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