Harvey Weinstein and soon-to-be-ex-wife Georgina Chapman quietly sold their 9,000-square-foot, seven-bedroom, seven-full-and-three-half-bathroom Hamptons home for $10 million recently. That’s a loss, considering the couple purchased the Amagansett home in June 2014 for $11.4 million, and originally put it on the market for around $12.4 million before hastily pulling the public listing down in October after Weinstein was hit with a slew of sexual harassment and sexual assault allegations. According to local Hamptons website 27East, the buyer was identified as Taisho Holding Inc., a corporation that may possibly be linked to the Tokyo-based Taisho Pharmaceutical conglomerate.
The house features a broad front porch and an entrance hall that extends all the way to the back of the house, where a set of impressive French doors open out onto the backyard. The formal living room is similarly framed by floor-to-ceiling French doors and a fireplace surrounded by bookshelves. The kitchen includes a double-wide center island and stainless-steel appliances. The family room, which features a fireplace where Harvey Weinstein once displayed his Academy Award statuettes and other industry awards, also includes floor-to-ceiling French doors. Perhaps the most enviable feature of the home, however, is its home theater, complete with a separate projection room, a 20-foot wide 3-D viewing screen and a wood-burning fireplace. An adjacent “lobby” area includes a wet bar and a popcorn machine.
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