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FOR SALE! Alec Baldwin lists his 10-acre Hamptons estate for a whopping $29 million

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The property was listed for 10 times the amount Baldwin paid to purchase it in 1996

AMAGANSETT, NEW YORK: ‘Rust’ actor Alec Baldwin’s 10-acre property in Amansgett has been listed for sale for $29 million. His longtime home in the Hamptons is a modern farmhouse. It offers luxury and space and is located at 335 Town Lane, often referred to as Long Island’s billionaire enclave.

The property listing describes the spectacular property as “a marriage of nature and luxury” and places it among the most expensive listings in the region, according to the Daily Mail. It is approximately 100 miles from Baldwin’s family penthouse in Greenwich Village. The listing comes just months after the actor spent $1.7 million on a historic farmhouse in Arlington, Vermont.


Baldwin’s Hamptons Estate overlooks acres of pastoral landscape in Amagansett’s Estate Section. It is remarkably spacious, offering over 10,000 square feet. The home has four spacious bedrooms and is equipped with luxury amenities such as a pool, spa, cinema, wine tasting room and private wood paneled library. The listing states, “Every detail of this immaculate two-story cedar clapboard retreat has been curated to maximize indoor/outdoor living and take advantage of year-round natural light.”

The outdoor area is well equipped to entertain guests with classic extravagance. A large gazebo with a stunning fieldstone fireplace adds to the beauty of the property. Several covered porches are scattered around. The bucolic reserves to the south of the house can be seen well from the two balconies on the upper floor of the two-storey house. There is even a large fenced vegetable garden.

The advert also reveals that the villa comes with pre-approved plans for an additional 1,200 square meters to include a study, en-suite bedroom and covered balcony. Most importantly, the 10-acre property is a “dream vacation for nature and equestrian enthusiasts” that offers “a unique opportunity to cultivate the reserve or build private stables.”

With the sale of his longtime home in the Hamptons, Baldwin retains his primary residence, his 4,100-square-foot penthouse at Devonshire House in New York’s Greenwich Village. Earlier this year, the actor also bought a 50-acre farmhouse in Vermont, in the mountain town of Arlington. There he spent months with his family following the tragedy on the sets of his film Rust in New Mexico, where an accidental shooting resulted in the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.

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