After letting it languish on the market for four years, Kevin E. Parker, global head of Deutsche Asset Management (who stepped down from the bank’s executive committee in May), has chopped the price on his Southampton estate from $30 million to $25.8 million, according to Curbed Hamptons.It seems that Parker is really fed up, since he has also switched real estate agencies from Corcoran to Sotheby’s International Realty.
The house has 10 bedrooms and sits on over three acres of prime Hamptons property. The 13,000-square-foot mansion also includes eight full bathrooms, a gym, a wine cellar, an all-weather tennis court, and both main and service driveways.
An aerial view of 385 Great Plains Road from above, including the tennis court, salt water pool, and manicured lawn.
An upstairs child's room is decorated with a smaller bed and gingham carpeting. There is also a playroom downstairs.
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