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Elie Tahari relists Hamptons beach house for $39 million

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A $6 million price drop since 2017

A great room in a beach house has 30-foot cathedral beamed ceilings, an open floor plan with kitchen, dining room, and fireplace, and large windows. Photos Provided by Sotheby’s International Realty

One of the most expensive properties for sale on the East End in the Hamptons has been relisted with a $6 million price drop. The oceanfront Sagaponack estate owned by fashion designer Elie Tahari was first listed for nearly $45 million in 2017, and the 1998 home has been available for rent on and off ever since. But even renting comes with a steep price tag; a summer at the Hamptons pad cost one A-lister $1 million.

The home is modestly sized for the Hamptons, measuring 4,500 square feet with three bedrooms and three bathrooms. It sits on approximately two acres, however, with 250 feet of direct ocean frontage and a wooden walkway to the beach.

Inside, the refurbished 200-year-old barn features an open-concept living room with fireplace, updated kitchen, and roll-up, garage-style doors. These doors lead out to a 60-foot lap pool and access to the beach, and the double-height great room boasts beamed cathedral ceilings, hardwood floors, and interior design by Tom Flynn.

Upstairs, a master suite features panoramic views of the Atlantic, while a room-sized bathroom includes a six-person pool-like tub. Intrigued? 135 Crestview Lane is on the market now for $39,000,000.

An open concept dining room features a large table with seating for 10 and garage style doors that open up to a yard with lap pool.
The dining room features garage-style doors that open up to a 60-foot pool.
A long kitchen features marble counters and stainless steel appliances with large cathedra ceilings.
The kitchen sits on one side of the open concept plan.
A master bedroom with light orange walls and cream bed features glass doors that lead out onto a deck. You can see the ocean in the distance.
The master bedroom features panoramic views of the Atlantic ocean.
A large bathroom has a concrete sink, windows, and a tub in the background.
A spacious master ensuite features windows and a six-person tub.
A long pool made for swimming laps sits ni a grove of olive trees and green grass.
A 60-foot lap pool sits in a grove of olive trees.
Wooden stairs lead down to a long sandy beach with waves in the distance.
The home is on 250-feet of ocean frontage.