Jonathan Sobel, the former head of the mortgage division at Goldman Sachs, has put his Hamptons estate on the market for a whopping $43 million, according to a report in the New York Daily news.
The businessman had bought the 5 acres of land on which the compound is currently located three years ago for only $13 million.
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Located at 207 Highland Terrace in Bridgehampton, the mansion boasts 10 bedrooms and three fireplaces over 15, 000 square feet. It has a four car garage and an 1, 800 bottle wine cellar. The estate also has a swimming pool and a tennis court.
The house also features 30 foot ceilings with floor to ceiling glass walls which look out over sweeping water views. The entrance pavilion is all glass as well with a reflecting pool, extensive master suite with sitting room, dressing room, private terrace with views, his and her baths.
The house includes a 2 story guest wing. It is all done with the latest high end technology including Lutron lighting, Crestron, Jandy pool system, full security system with cameras, full home automation, back-up generator, geothermal HVAC. The exterior and grounds are totally integrated and impeccably done by renowned landscape architect Edmund Hollander with barbeque areas, beautiful terraces, gunite pool and spa with electric cover.
The property includes 3 waterfront acres, plus single and separate 1.8 acres with room for another 10, 000 square foot home, plus pool, pool house and tennis court.
“This is probably one of the most spectacular properties I’ve ever seen in the Hamptons, ” listing broker Susan Breitenbach told the Daily News. “There’s nothing else like it on the market.”
Sobel recently sold a Charles Gwathmey designed Sagaponack estate for $20 million after buying the land for only $2.58 million in 2003. He also sold his penthouse at the tony Verona building on the Upper East Side for $21 million in 2012 after paying only $9 million for it.