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For $3.6M, Help Anderson Cooper Decamp from the Hamptons

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Anderson Cooper is so done with the Hamptons, or at least the pair of shingle-style cottages he owns in the sleepy little hamlet of Quiogue. The effervescently giggly silver fox signaled as much last month with the multi-million-dollar purchase of a stately 1908 Tudor revival in Litchfield, Conn., and just all but confirmed his Hamptons fatigue by listing the second of his pair of neighboring Long Island homes, crushing the hopes of anyone looking to scoop up the first, move in beside the CNN anchor, and proceed to borrow cup after to cup of sugar when he's just trying to relax away from the awesome converted Greenwich Village firehouse he calls home. Cooper acquired the waterfront property—which was built in 1928 as the sports club of a much larger estate—in 2003 for $1.15M, and nabbed its neighbor in 2012 for $1.7M. The latter is now listed for a reduced $2.6M, but this one is up for $3.599M, sporting a sunny renovation from what looks like the same unnamed "world-famous designer." The 3,800-square-foot cottage sits on 2.3 acres, and is outfitted with a stone fireplace, exposed ceiling beams, some nice French doors, and a whole bunch of built-ins. Take the tour in the gallery below:

· 20 Saint George Place [Douglas Elliman]
· Anderson Cooper Shells Out for a 1908 Tudor Revival [Curbed National]
· Be Anderson Cooper's Summer BFF for Only $2.999M [Curbed Hamptons]
· All Anderson Cooper coverage [Curbed National]