The Broadway show Hamilton has been the hottest ticket in town ever since its first curtain call in 2015, and producer Sander Jacobs is a major part of its undeniable success. With a Tony Award for the musical now under his belt, it must be time for some much-needed relaxation and what better place to unwind than in the Hamptons? Jacobs recently purchased this impeccable shingle-style Water Mill home for $7 million.
Bright white interiors impress in every room and are further elevated by exquisite marble surfaces and contemporary lighting fixtures. With 9,200-square-feet of living space, 8 bedrooms, and 8.5 bathrooms, there’s ample room for the producer to host the show’s cast of historical figures. Alexander Hamilton, Aaron Burr, and King George III would be overcome with shock at the sleek design since the home was completed in 2017 instead of 1776, but the modern luxuries would surely win them over.
Wellness is taken to another level with a full spa that boasts a massage room plus a wet and dry sauna. Other noteworthy diversions include a nine-seat media room, a billiard room, and expansive outdoor spaces that surround a sparkling gunite pool.
Eileen Oneill of Douglas Elliman and Matthew Breitenbach of Compass shared the listing, which The Real Deal reports first hit the market for $8.495 million in April.
By Anne Giordano | Photographs Courtesy of Douglas Elliman
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