Alec Baldwin is selling his longtime vacation home in Amagansett, where the actor and his family were a frequently seen part of the community. Realtor.com shows the four-bedroom home on 10 acres listed for $29 million.
Three-time Emmy Award winner Baldwin, 64, had bought the more than 10,000-square-foot modern farmhouse for $1.75 million in the mid-1990s. With the start of the coronavirus pandemic, the Massapequa-raised Baldwin, his wife Hilaria and their several young children lived there rather than in their penthouse at the Devonshire House on East 10th Street in Greenwich Village.
The Amagansett home is a two-story cedar shingle, according to the real estate listing, with an eat-in kitchen, dining room, movie theater, wine-tasting room and wood-paneled library. More than 1,276 square feet of covered porches and two upper-level balconies adorn the house. Outside are a large pavilion with a fieldstone fireplace, fenced vegetable garden and a 20-by-50-foot pool.
The house and grounds frequently have been seen in Instagram videos Baldwin and his wife have posted through the years, often with their children at play. On Sept. 22 the couple welcomed their seventh child together, Ilaria Catalina Irena. They also are the parents of daughters Carmen, 8, and Maria Lucia, nicknamed Marilu, 1; and sons Rafael, 7, Leonardo, 6, Romeo, 4, and Eduardo, 2. Alec Baldwin additionally has a daughter, model Ireland Baldwin, 26, with his Oscar winner ex-wife, Kim Basinger.
Elle Décor in 2016 said the house had been built in 1753 in the traditional New England saltbox style of a generally two-story front and a long, pitched roof sloping to a one-story back. It was converted to a full two-story home in the 1790s, the magazine said, adding it was originally built nearby and later moved by oxen to its current locale, where Grey Gardens architect Joseph Greenleaf Thorp remodeled it circa 1913.
However, high-end homebuilder Jeffrey Collé, of East Hampton, who restored the Baldwins' estate years ago, gives different dates, telling Curbed Hamptons in 2014 the house was completed sometime between 1697 and 1702, according to differing records. Adding more details, he concurred it "was originally built on Montauk Highway and in 1756 it was moved across the frozen fields by oxen to its present location."
In February, Baldwin bought an 18th-century farm on 55 acres in Arlington, Vermont, for $1.75 million.
The actor remains embroiled in an investigation into a fatal accidental shooting in October 2021 on the New Mexico set of his Western film "Rust."