A Late Legendary Value Investor's Hamptons Chateau Has Sold For $21 Million


Curbed reports that “Chateau Aromois”, a beautiful East Hampton home built by late value investor Christopher Browne, has sold for $21 million.

It’s unclear who the buyer is, but they definitely got a stunning summer home and for much less than the asking price.

The five-bedroom, five and half bathroom home listed by Brown Harris Stevens was initially put on the market for $28.5 million. The price tag was recently reduced to $22.9 million.

Browne, a famous value investor and the co-founder of mutual fund company Tweedy Browne, did much of the lush landscaping on the property himself, according to Curbed. He died three years ago of a heart attack. He was 62.

Here's an aerial shot of the property.

The home was built in 1998.

The house features a stucco exterior.

The home sits on 8.3 acres.

The landscaping is stunning.

According to Curbed, Browne did a lot of the planting himself.

It really does look lush and beautiful.

There's a swimming pool on the property.

And a tennis court.

The dining room. There's a fireplace.

The living room is massive.

The drawing room.

The library has paneled walls and a fireplace.

There's a master suite.

And two large guest suites. They all have balconies overlooking the expansive lawn.

Now let's tour another dream home...

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