My Hamptons Home on Lily Pond Lane For Sale — $25,000,000

Real Estate Mogul Elie Hirschfeld’s East Hampton Property for Sale With $25,000,000 Price Tag

NEW YORK, Nov. 25 — New York real estate tycoon, Elie Hirschfeld is selling his oceanfront property in East Hampton for $25,000,000. Following a complete renovation in 2002, the 8 bedroom, 7.5 bath mansion boasts a 12,000 square foot interior with 200 feet of ocean front on the coveted Lily Pond Lane. The residence, set on 1.2 acres, invites comfortable living with 2 powder rooms, sun/game room, large living salon, library, formal dining room and gourmet kitchen. It also offers 5 fireplaces, and 20′ x 40′ heated gunite pool.

“My East Hampton home is a special property that was originally designed and built in 1920 by John Custis Lawrence. It maximizes ocean views from almost every room,” says Elie Hirschfeld, President of Hirschfeld Properties, LLC. “The landscaping for the 1.2 terraced acres has been designed for protection against the natural elements and to maintain full privacy. Plus, there is also a beautiful private walkway to the beach. I have enjoyed this home for many years and it is time for someone else to enjoy the splendor of Lily Pond Lane.”

For information regarding the sale of the property, contact Bettie Wysor of East Hampton Brokerage, Sotheby’s International Realty, at 631.324.6000.

Hirschfeld Properties, LLC

Elie Hirschfeld serves as President of Hirschfeld Properties, LLC, a NYC based development firm. Hirschfeld Properties, LLC has engaged in the development or ownership of renowned office buildings, hotels, multi-family residential buildings, parking facilities and retail projects in New York City. Hirschfeld Properties has contributed to innovative and visionary projects, such as New York’s first open-air garage, the Hotel Pennsylvania, and the Manhattan Mall.

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