After about five months on the market, the stunning estate on Middle Lane in East Hampton Village has sold. We’ve got to hand it to listing agent Judi Desiderio of Town & Country; this was not an easy property to sell but she did it in a very respectable period of time.
Beautiful house, stunning grounds, impeccable location in East Hampton’s estate section: so what’s the downside to this property? It was the site of the most notorious murder in recent times in the Hamptons, that of Ted Ammon, who was found dead in the upstairs bedroom. His wife and the man she was having an affair with were accused; wife Generosa died of cancer shortly after and her boyfriend was convicted of the murder. Their ten year old twins inherited.
Judi said of them, “I proudly represented the estate for over a dozen years of leasing and recently they decided the time was right to sell. I’m so pleased for Alexa and Greg Ammon. I’m sure it is bittersweet but when one door closes another one opens.” We’re pleased for them too–it’s time for a new family to make some happy memories here.
The 7,000-square-foot house, built in 1995, boasts six bedrooms, six-and-a-half bathrooms, a sunroom, library and gym. Outside, there are 2.2 acres of land with a pond, pool, pool house, and a three car garage.
For more, click here. 59 Middle Lane, East Hampton