Peloton Founder and CEO Lists Farmhouse-Style East Hampton Home for $4.5M
Buyers might want to put the pedal to the metal to nab this freshly listed Hamptons home, owned by none other than the founder and CEO of Peloton, John Foley. A vision of modern farmhouse style in East Hampton’s lush Northwest Woods, it’s now asking $4.45 million.
Set on 2.17 acres, 12 Koala Lane is immersed in trees all while East Hampton Village and the ocean are just minutes away. Though dinners out or long walks on the beach may be enticing, the home itself has plenty to offer with three finished levels holding stylish and light-filled spaces. The huge windows seen throughout might be especially cherished these days since Daylight Savings Time has bid adieu and the sun is setting around 4:30pm in East Hampton. When night does come, there are six bedrooms to utilize so visitors can always come for a weekend of activity or recharging.
To help with that, the amenities outside include an infinity-edge gunite pool and spa, plus a half basketball court shrouded from the house by trees. Inside, the lower level is the place to be with a temperature/humidity-controlled wine cellar—capable of holding over 1,500 bottles—a screening room, and more.
Seeing as it is currently in the hands of Foley, the home gym should come as no surprise. But, you don’t have to be a Peloton devotee to live here. It’s clear the residence is as compatible with the avid exerciser as it is with the movie buff, wine connoisseur, or nature lover.
Catherine Juracich, Thomas Ventura, Alexis Godley of Douglas Elliman hold the listing.