Anthony Sbarro, whose parents founded the eponymous pizza chain in 1956 in Brooklyn, has put his Southampton home on the market and is offering it fully furnished. The home, designed by Fleetwood & McMullan architects, with custom décor by Italian interior designer Achille Salvagni, is listed for $32 million.

Sbarro had the 14,000-square-foot, nine-bedroom home built for himself, but a few months ago ended up deciding to move to another property by the ocean.

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“We decided together to complete it,” says Salvagni, who had previously worked with Sbarro to design the interiors of a yacht that he had in the Mediterranean Sea.

Salvagni, an architect who now works in interior design, decorated the home with products from his own line, as well as bespoke pieces, including a 7-foot lantern carpet custom made in Tibet. Vintage pieces include Biedermeier furniture.

“I tried to create a balance, which would not be identified as the typical Hamptons style,” Salvagni says.

The home’s lower level has a gym, sauna and steam rooms, a recreation room with a built-in bar, a home theater, wine cellar and mirrored dance studio. The nearly 2-acre property also includes a 60-foot heated gunite pool, pool house and sunken tennis court.

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It is listed with Harald Grant of Sotheby’s International Real Estate.