Patriots Owner Robert Kraft Spent $90K on a 4-Night Stay in This Hamptons Mansion
Robert Kraft, the owner of the New England Patriots, recently escaped to the Hamptons for a few nights and plunked down $90K on a short-term (4-night) rental of Farrell Building Company’s 47 Crescent Ave in Water Mill South, which is currently on the market for $15.995M with Douglas Elliman’s Andrew Azoulay and Luke Whitman.
This grand contemporary home offers interiors dressed in a neutral palette with white oak floors, limestone fireplaces and coffered ceilings as well as dramatic walls of glass that bring the outdoors in. A total of 10 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms are spread out over 13,000 square feet of living space. The first level houses entertaining spaces including an expansive great room, a professionally appointed chef’s kitchen and a formal dining room as well as a guest master suite. 5 additional en-suite bedrooms are found on the upper level—2 of which offer private terraces—along with the master wing, which includes a sitting room, private balcony and spa-like master bathroom. A finished lower level completes the main home and offers 2 more guest suites plus a gym, rec room and home theater. An additional 1,500-square-foot, 2-story pool house is found on the 2.6-acre property.
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