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East Hampton home, site of Ted Ammon murder, listed for $12.7M by victim’s children

The East Hampton home where handyman Daniel Pelosi

The East Hampton home where handyman Daniel Pelosi murdered homeowner Ted Ammon in 2001, has been put on the market by Ammon's children, twin siblings Greg and Alexa Ammon, for $12.7 million. Credit: Town & Country Real Estate / Chris Foster

Twin siblings Greg and Alexa Ammon have put their childhood Tudor home in East Hampton Village on the market for $12.7 million.

The six-bedroom, 6 1⁄2 -bathroom home is known as the location where handyman Daniel Pelosi fatally bludgeoned their father, financier Ted Ammon, in 2001.

Since then, the 7,000-square-foot home, which sits on 2.2 manicured acres with gardens, a pond and grand entrance gates, has been rented to a number of families for several years at a time, including two that want to buy it, but Greg and Alexa Ammon weren’t ready to sell, says their longtime broker, Judi Desiderio of Town & Country Real Estate.

The home has a solarium, exercise room, heated pool, pool house and three-car garage and is near the ocean, the Maidstone Club and Main Street shopping. It is on a private road.


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