Rachael Ray Lists Southampton Home for $4.9 Million

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Brown Harris Stevens for The Wall Street Journal

Television personality and cookbook author Rachael Ray is putting her Southampton home on the market for $4.9 million.

Renovated by Ms. Ray, the three-bedroom main house spans about 3,650 square feet. The kitchen includes a Wolf range, Sub-Zero refrigerator and dual beverage-cooling drawers.

The house sits on more than 6 acres, according to a spokeswoman for Brown Harris Stevens, which has the listing. The grounds include an outdoor swimming pool and a roughly 1,400-square-foot pool house, which has a kitchen and two full bathrooms. There is also a one-room structure that can be used as an artist’s or writer’s studio.

Nearly all of the furniture in the home is from Ms. Ray’s furniture line; the furniture isn’t included in the asking price, but Ms. Ray would consider selling it.

In addition to writing numerous cookbooks, Ms. Ray has a syndicated talk show, multiple Food Network shows, an eponymous magazine and branded merchandise in housewares, home furnishings and other categories. She and her husband, John Cusimano, who live primarily in New York City, purchased the Hamptons house in 2008 for $2.6 million, according to public records.

They originally intended to spend weekends in the Hamptons, but instead they opted to build a house in Lake Luzerne in upstate New York, near where Ms. Ray grew up.

The listing agents are Martha P. Gundersen and Richard Ziegelasch of Brown Harris Stevens.

The post Rachael Ray Lists Southampton Home for $4.9 Million appeared first on Real Estate News & Insights | realtor.com.

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