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Rich Cribs: Cynthia Rowley buys in Montauk, and more

Fashion designer Cynthia Rowley has purchased a home

Fashion designer Cynthia Rowley has purchased a home in Montauk, according to the Long Island Real Estate Report. She paid $820,000 for the house, according to public records. (Credit: Doug Kuntz)

DESIGNER BUYS. Fashion designer Cynthia Rowley has purchased a home in Montauk, according to the Long Island Real Estate Report. She paid $820,000 for the house, according to public records. The sale closed May 26. A spokeswoman for Rowley declined to comment, as did the sellers. Rowley once lived in East Hampton, later selling the house and moving close to the beach in Montauk, according to an interview she gave in 2007 to Hampton Style magazine.
VALERIE KELLOGG

AS SEEN ON TV. The Roslyn Harbor waterfront home of noted folk artist Thomas Langan and his wife, Penelope, has had a cut from its original list price of $2.9 million in 2009 to the current asking price of $2.25 million. The three-bedroom home built in 1860 is on 1 acre and has 150 feet of beach frontage with a boathouse and its own 138-foot dock. Also included on the property, which is listed with Anne Kerr of Piping Rock Associates Inc., is a two-story post-and-beam barn that serves as Langan’s studio. The home has appeared on TV in ads for Progresso soup and Folger’s Coffee and on the cable show “Damages,” starring Glenn Close.
CATHY MAHON

Tags: Rich Cribs , Long Island Real Estate Report , Cynthia Rowley , Thomas Langan , artists , Piping Rock Associates Inc. , Progresso soup , Glenn Close , celeb , TV , Folger’s Coffee

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