Published On: Thu, Nov 20th, 2014

Marc Leder Grabs Long Island Home for $20 Million

828 Sagg Main St. in Sagaponack

 

The CEO of Sun Capital Partners, Marc Leder, has bought a new home out on the East End of Long Island for $20 million, according to a report in the New York Post.

The Post has described the playboy millionaire as the Hugh Hefner of the Hamptons.

Leder is probably best known as the man who hosted the fundraising event in 2012 for then Presidential candidate Mitt Romney at which the former Massachusetts governor was recorded as saying that 47% of Americans did not count to him.

Located at 828 Sagg Main St. in Sagaponack, the house has 8, 000 square feet, nine bedrooms and 11 bathrooms. Leder got the price down from the original asking of $22.995 million.

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