Along Taylor K. Bexie
Candice Bargain and her husband, Marshall Rose, sell East Hampton real estate at the coveted Lily Pond Lane address and a corresponding asking price of $ 18 million.
The 4,500-square-foot mansard-style house was built in the mid-1980s by real estate developer and philanthropist Rose and his then wife Jill. This was an award-winning design by the late Jacqueline T. Robertson of Cooper Robertson Partners, which Rose and Bergen brought in to oversee a major refurbishment in 2004. Architectural digest..The· Murphy Brown Star and Rose, who got married in 2000, wanted to turn into a house all year round that reflected them as a couple.
“It’s my tribute to the architectural history of eastern Long Island,” Robertson said. Advertising..
They turned downstairs into one long loft, remodeled the kitchen, added an enclosed porch overlooking a lush garden, and chose a decoration that would suit a rural home in East Hampton. “It was a beautifully thought out house,” Bergen said. Advertising In 2007, in a house shared with his deceased wife, Rose “respected its history and reinterpreted it as ours was a subtle challenge.”
The 6-bed and 6.5-bath house is arguably typical of East Hampton, a bright space with vast lawns, wraparound porch and oversized French windows. The house has vaulted ceilings and several separate living areas.
The kitchen has a central island with a large potluck hanging up and a commercial grade wolf stove with a stainless steel backsplash.
The cedar-roofed house is located on 1.8 acres and has a guest cottage and a pool with an adjacent fountain. The well-maintained property is hidden behind a hedge.
Compass’s Ed Petrie and Charles Forman 72 Lily Pond Lane. The listed agent declined to comment.