Life Out East

Check Out the Hamptons Homes of Your Favorite Celebrities

The Hamptons are a major hotspot for celebrity real estate. Hollywood’s most famous flock to eastern Long Island every summer to live as only they can: soaking up sun on the beach, relaxing in their sprawling mansions, and hitting up adorable farm stands. It’s enough to make us all a little envious. But we can always dream, right? Let’s take a look at some of the most amazing celebrity homes in the Hamptons, including some formerly celebrity-owned homes that are currently for sale or rent.

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Brooke Shields in Southampton

America’s sweetheart owns this charming cottage in Southampton: one of the more classic, historic neighborhoods in the Hamptons, and also one of the wealthiest. This 6-bedroom, 8-bath home has two laundry rooms and a library, and its covered outdoor dining area and huge freshwater pool look like they’d make great places to take it easy.

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Anderson Cooper in Westhampton

Our favorite CNN personality owns this beautiful home in the quieter, more relaxed town of Westhampton. With those waterfront views and three acres of land, it’s a wonder Cooper ever manages to leave. The place also has a ton of great designer touches, including built-ins, fireplaces and Viking appliances.

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Anthony Scaramucci in Water Mill

Anthony Scaramucci’s stint in the Trump administration wasn’t much shorter than his stint as the owner of this Water Mill house. Though he and his wife bought the new construction home just this year — for a whopping $9 million — it’s now back on the market as the couple searches for a home on the waterfront. This price isn’t out of the norm for this hamlet on the South Fork, which has a bustling art scene. And here it pays for 8 bedrooms, a huge pool with hot tub, separate guest and staff suites, a media room, and a gym, not to mention style and charm galore.

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Neil Patrick Harris in East Hampton

Neil Patrick Harris hit it big with a house that sits on 13.5 acres of land in East Hampton. With a tennis court, pool, cabana, garage, and a location adjacent to 10 acres of town-owned, conserved land, he is truly living in the lap of luxury — and privacy.

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Bethenny Frankel in Bridgehampton

Skinnygirl magnate and reality TV star Bethenny Frankel put her Bridgehampton home up for sale this spring for just shy of $3 million, only seven months after she purchased it. A recently renovated shingle-style classic, the house has 7 bedrooms, a pool, stone patio, and much, much more. It’s still on the market.

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Ramona Singer in Southampton

Okay, so maybe Ramona Singer doesn’t live at this Southampton manse anymore, but that only means we regulars have an opportunity to rent one of the Real Housewives’ Hamptons homes. In addition to having a ridiculously nice interior, the waterfront property also comes with a heated pool, covered decks, bocce ball court, sunken tennis court, and more. What a place to spend the summer.

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Beyoncé and Jay Z on Georgica Pond

The couple who could very well take over the world (their combined net worth is $1.35 billion) have a lovely home in East Hampton, one of the most exclusive towns in the Hamptons. Their house fits right in. Known as “Pond House,” it’s located next to Georgica Pond and sits near 17 acres of meadow preserve. With an infinity pool, hand-carved, heated marble bathtubs, and parquet de Versailles flooring, it’s no wonder Beyoncé and Jay Z shelled out $25 million for the place.

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Julianne Moore in Montauk

Julianne Moore’s Montauk home is an airy cottage with wood-paneled walls, wide-planked floors, and a screened-in porch. With the water just past the backyard, Moore has easy access to kayaking, paddle boarding, swimming and more. Truly a Hamptons dream!

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Alec Baldwin in East Hampton

Alec Baldwin has been spending much of his time in East Hampton since the ‘80s, when he started renting there. He purchased this house in 1995, and he and his wife Hilaria have since renovated it into a gorgeous family home.

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Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos in Southampton

Kelly Ripa and husband Mark Consuelos bought their Southampton house in 2004 for $2.35 million, and have since put a whole lot of work into it. Kelly’s familiarity with the Hamptons is paying off — the TV network Freeform just picked up her and Consuelos’ new show about Hamptons “share homes,” based on Jasmin Rosemberg’s book “How The Other Half Hamptons.” Get ready for drama!

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Robert Downey, Jr. in East Hampton

Iron Man himself owns the famous “Windmill Cottage” in East Hampton, which doesn’t feature a truly working windmill, but rather a replica of a classic Hamptons one. The house was apparently used to film the movie “Deathtrap” during the ‘80s. There’s also a separate guesthouse onsite, in addition to a tennis court and pool.

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Robert De Niro in Montauk

Robert De Niro owns this oceanfront property in Montauk, although he got permission last year to knock down the existing house and build something smaller. While we’re not sure that ever happened, we’re excited to see what De Niro might do.

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Calvin Klein in Southampton

Fashion designer Calvin Klein reportedly spent more than $75 million building this house out on Meadow Lane in Southampton, which, at least from this Google Street View image, looks like a big glass box. But of course it’s more than that: The home sits right on the water, and sliding glass doors in every room look out over expertly landscaped sand dunes. The whole thing took years to complete.

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  1. September 5, 2019 1:34 am

    I would love to come out to see the houses and how they live

  2. June 6, 2019 6:06 am

    Great Article!

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