January 11, 2016
Andy Warhol’s Former Hamptons Estate Sells for $50 Million
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Andy Warhol’s Former Hamptons Estate Sells for $50 Million
Andy Warhol’s Former Hamptons Estate Sells for $50 Million

The sprawling Hamptons estate of Andy Warhol—the man who revolutionized the world of art with such iconic paintings as Campbell’s Soup Cans (1962) and Marilyn Diptych (1962)—has recently sold for $50 million. The price is a record for the small hamlet of Montauk, New York, where, starting in 1970, the artist lived and hosted such notable guests as the Rolling Stones and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.

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Andy Warhol’s Former Hamptons Estate Sells for $50 Million
Andy Warhol’s Former Hamptons Estate Sells for $50 Million

A smartly dressed room in one of the six guesthouses located on the former Warhol compound.

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Andy Warhol’s Former Hamptons Estate Sells for $50 Million
Andy Warhol’s Former Hamptons Estate Sells for $50 Million

The rustic kitchen in the main house overlooks the ocean.

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Andy Warhol’s Former Hamptons Estate Sells for $50 Million
Andy Warhol’s Former Hamptons Estate Sells for $50 Million

Each room has its own appeal, as seen in this common space.

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Andy Warhol’s Former Hamptons Estate Sells for $50 Million
Andy Warhol’s Former Hamptons Estate Sells for $50 Million

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Andy Warhol’s Former Hamptons Estate Sells for $50 Million
Andy Warhol’s Former Hamptons Estate Sells for $50 Million

A table from the kitchen looks out to dramatic views of East Hampton.

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Andy Warhol’s Former Hamptons Estate Sells for $50 Million
Andy Warhol’s Former Hamptons Estate Sells for $50 Million

In the main house, which roughly measures 3,800 square feet, the living room opens to the beach and Atlantic Ocean.

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Andy Warhol’s Former Hamptons Estate Sells for $50 Million
Andy Warhol’s Former Hamptons Estate Sells for $50 Million

A living room with tomato-red walls in one of the guesthouses.

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Andy Warhol’s Former Hamptons Estate Sells for $50 Million
Andy Warhol’s Former Hamptons Estate Sells for $50 Million

This kitchen, located in one of the guesthouses, currently includes an image of Warhol taking a picture of the photographer.

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Andy Warhol’s Former Hamptons Estate Sells for $50 Million

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Andy Warhol’s Former Hamptons Estate Sells for $50 Million
Andy Warhol’s Former Hamptons Estate Sells for $50 Million

Originally built in the 1930s as a fishing compound, the estate still holds on to its old charms.

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Andy Warhol’s Former Hamptons Estate Sells for $50 Million
Andy Warhol’s Former Hamptons Estate Sells for $50 Million

The compound has more than 500 feet of beachfront.

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Andy Warhol’s Former Hamptons Estate Sells for $50 Million
Andy Warhol’s Former Hamptons Estate Sells for $50 Million

The master bedroom in the main house.

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Andy Warhol’s Former Hamptons Estate Sells for $50 Million
Andy Warhol’s Former Hamptons Estate Sells for $50 Million

Another bedroom on the compound, which boasts nine in total.

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Andy Warhol’s Former Hamptons Estate Sells for $50 Million

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The Andy Warhol’s former Hamptons Estate in Montauk has sold for $50 million, believed to be a record for the former fishing village. According to the buyer, the property is the most expensive home ever to sell in Montauk. The beautiful oceanfront compound was built in the 1930s as a fishing camp, and it includes a main house measuring about 3,800 square feet and five cottages.

SEE ALSO: A Ritz-Carlton Penthouse Is Selling for $14.5 Million

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Source: Architectural Digest

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