The 59 Middle Lane East Hampton home, owned by siblings Greg and Alexa Ammon, is up for sale for $12.7 million with Judi Desiderio of Town & Country Real Estate.
“Having been the broker for the Ammon family for nearly 15 years, we have rented the home to several families with children, all of whom have thoroughly enjoyed the beautiful home and outstanding sprawling grounds, for some two years running,” said Desiderio. “A few tenants were interested in purchasing the property but the family wasn’t ready to let it go.”
“Alexa and I are now ready to sell our childhood home as we are both moving forward with exciting new ventures,” said Greg Ammon. “We truly hope our family home finds the right buyer who can enjoy the many happy memories we had here and appreciate the true beauty that it has to offer.”
Inspired by these memories, Greg founded Big Flower, a Hamptons lifestyle brand with a flagship in East Hampton and expansion plans in the fall. Alexa recently graduated from USC School of Cinematic Arts and is currently pursuing a career in film and photography.
The family’s decision to sell presents a very rare opportunity to own the famed East Hampton estate. With Katie Couric around the corner and Jerry Seinfeld a stone’s throw away, the new owners will be in fabulous company.