Looks like designer Tory Burch will be losing her ocean view soon. Burch has listed her Southampton property for $17.9 million, sources confirm.
Earlier this year, the designer had filed for and received approval to tear down the home on 4.5 acres and build a new house there.
In the meantime, Burch is involved in the purchase of Westerly, a $40 million 25-room brick Georgian Revival mansion formerly owned by attorney Howard Gittis. The carriage house on the Westerly estate is listed for sale separately at $6.75 million.
The home that Burch is selling was built in 1980 and reportedly sustained significant water damage a few winters back due to burst pipes. The plans for the new home include seven bedrooms, nine baths and 360 degree views of the ocean, according to the listing information. The planned home was designed by architect Daniel Romualdez.
Harald Grant and Eve J. Combemale of Sotheby’s International Realty share the listing.
Permission Sotheby’s International Realty