Actress Candice Bergen and her husband, real estate magnate Marshall Rose, have placed their longtime Hamptons home on the market for $18 million, according to Variety.
The Emmy winner decided to list the award-winning home that she and Rose renovated together after they married in 2000.
The home was featured in Architectural Digest, which noted that the original architect, Jaquelin T. Robertson of Cooper, Robertson Partners, returned to make “substantial changes” to the home in the early 2000s to reflect the couple’s more casual lifestyle.
It was a delicate undertaking. Rose had built the home with his first wife, Jill, who died in 1996. Bergen’s first husband, the French director Louis Malle, died in 1995.
Bergen and Rose embarked on a respectful renovation.
“It was a beautifully thought-out house,” Bergen told Architectural Digest. “And it was a delicate challenge to respect its history but reinterpret it as ours.”
In 2004, the East Hampton spread was updated to reflect what the two wanted: a year-round retreat from their Manhattan apartment.
The classic shingle-style Hamptons home has 4,500 square feet of living space, including six bedrooms and 6.5 baths.
A sunroom has since been enclosed for a breakfast and sitting room, and the kitchen was remodeled.
The second level features a sitting area on the landing, and the master suite is spacious enough to include a sitting area with a sofa and chairs.
The 1.8-acre property features landscaped grounds, gardens, a lawn, and a pool. There’s also a separate guesthouse.
Bergen and Rose also own an apartment in Manhattan. Bergen, 74, has a long and storied career both in movies and TV. She is best known for her star turns in “Murphy Brown” and “Boston Legal.”
Most recently, the actress starred in the film “Let Them All Talk,” with Meryl Streep, Dianne Wiest, and Lucas Hedges.
Edward R. Petrie with Compass holds the listing.
This story was originally published on realtor.com
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