East Hampton Home of Fashion Designer Judith Leiber Wants $3.9M
The Springs home that once belonged to notable fashion and handbag designer Judith Leiber is on the market for the first time ever. And the 2-acre spread could be all yours for $3.9 million.
Leiber and her husband, Gerson, both passed away within just hours of each other last spring. The designer — who is remembered for her quirky accessories that can cost thousands of dollars — was 97 years old.
Located at 464 Old Stone Highway, part of the shingled house dates back to 1910, but it was recently renovated and added onto back in the mid-’90s, so most of the house is no more than two decades old. It spans a total of 4,500 square feet in size with four bedrooms and four and a half baths.
Outside, there are multiple gardens, including a vegetable garden which is conveniently accessed right off the kitchen. Attached to the dining room is a massive, beautiful conservatory that could be used as a sunroom. The property also includes an 860-square-foot work studio with two lofted storage spaces and a wall of glass windows, and a pool.
Halstead Real Estate agents Leslie Hillel and Judith Mendoza represent the listing.