Madonna achète des droits sur la ferme de chevaux de Hamptons à New York.
Madonna buying in Bridgehampton
By Valerie Kellogg
Real estate sources confirm that Madonna is coming to Kelly Klein's horse farm in Bridgehampton.
Madonna buying rights to Hamptons horse farm
December 10, 2009 By ELLEN YAN
Madonna is buying the rights that would allow her to bring her horses to Wild Ocean Farm a horse farm in Bridgehampton - or even grow crops there - the very 26-acre property where she fell off a horse in April, a real estate broker said.
She's not buying the land but just the agricultural rights from model Kelly Klein, designer Calvin Klein's ex.
Wild Ocean Farm, a horse farm in Bridgehampton, New York.
Photo: Doug Kuntz.
Madonna Buying New York Horse Farm?
10 December 2009 16:16
Madonna is putting down deep roots back in the U.S. - the pop star is reportedly close to buying a horse farm in New York in her second real-estate deal this year (09).
The Material Girl moved back Stateside following her split from her ex-husband, British filmmaker Guy Ritchie, last year (08), and bought a posh townhouse on Manhattan's Upper East Side for a reported $32 million (£20 million).
According to the New York Post, the singer is expanding her property portfolio with a new purchase in the Hamptons - a star-studded vacation spot a few hours outside of the city - for just under $10 million (£6.25 million).
Wild Ocean Farm, currently owned by Kelly Klein - the wife of fashion mogul Calvin Klein - boasts 30 acres of land. There is no house on the land.
Source: Contactmusic News.
Last Updated: 12:25 AM, December 10, 2009
Posted: 12:01 AM, December 10, 2009
East Enders have a new star in their midst.
Madonna, who earlier this year purchased (as we first reported) an Upper East Side townhouse that closed for around $32 million, is now finally buying her dream horse farm in the Hamptons.
Word is that Madonna is buying Kelly Klein’s horse farm, Wild Ocean Farm, at 450 Mitchells Lane in Bridgehampton for under $10 million. The north-of-the-highway property includes 30 acres of land, but there’s no house there. There might be a groom’s apartment, but that would be it in terms of living space, brokers with knowledge of the farm say.
Klein, the ex-wife of Calvin Klein, had used the farm’s indoor and outdoor rings to train show horses. A few months ago, she quietly put the word out that she was willing to sell the property. And we hear the deal with Madonna was done without a broker.
Madonna is also attempting to purchase an additional 24 acres that about the property at 1151 Millstone Road, which is listed for $2.4 million. (It’s also known as 10 Mitchells Lane).
That price might sound cheap, but internal broker notes reveal that Suffolk County either bought the land’s development rights or is in the process of buying them. This means that Madge could ride her horses there but likely could not build a home on the land.