His boots were made for walking -- James Seuss has not only switched jobs, he’s also sold his home on Shelter Island.
Until recently, Seuss was chief executive of luxury footwear and outerwear company Cole Haan and vice president of Nike, Inc. He’s accepted a position starting in March as chief executive officer of timepiece retailer Tourneau Llc. In the meantime, Seuss closed on the sale of his four-bedroom cedar home overlooking Gardiners Bay.
The 3,300-square-foot house sold for $985,000, and is adjacent to the golf course of the Gardiners Bay Country Club and a block from the beach. The .88-acre property is surrounded by cherry trees and Japanese maples. Amenities include wraparound decks, a media room, a heated Gunite pool with mahogany decking and a sound system, a bamboo garden and a bluestone driveway.
Penelope Moore of The Corcoran Group had the listing.
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