Check out Steve Gold’s Renovated 19th Century Hamptons Home
Recently, Architectural Digest released an interview and home tour of Steve Gold’s renovated 19th century Tudor home, and the interiors look incredible. Gold is known for his appearance on Million Dollar Listing New York where he helps people find their homes in New York City, but according to AD, he took about two years to find his perfect Hamptons getaway.
Located in Southampton, the Tudor-style home was original built back in 1892 when it was once a part of William Merritt Chase’s Shinnecock Hill Summer School of Art. He purchased it with his family back in 2016 and renovations started, but they didn’t move in until this past summer.
He recruited his friend, designer Sam Amoia, to help him renovate and redesign the home. Gold decided to hang on to many of the original details that made him fall in love with the 4,000-square-foot home.
Photos: Tim Williams for Architectural Digest