A hedge fund manager just put his $70 million Hamptons beach house on the market — take a look inside

Barry Rosenstein bought this Hamptons beach house for $19.2 million in 2005.

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Barry Rosenstein bought this Hamptons beach house for $19.2 million in 2005.
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  • Hedge-fund manager Barry Rosenstein put his Hamptons beach house on the market for $70 million.
  • The property covers 13,623 square feet and has seven bedrooms, 9.5 bathrooms, a guest cottage, and a lap pool.
  • Rosenstein broke the record for the most expensive home ever sold in the United States when he paid $137 million for another Hamptons property in 2014.

Three years after buying the most expensive home in US history, hedge-fund manager Barry Rosenstein is putting another of his homes on the market for $70 million. Located in the Hamptons, the home was purchased by Rosenstein for $19.2 million in 2005, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Rosenstein founded the hedge fund Jana Partners in 2001. The fund has invested in Whole Foods and Blue Apron, among other companies. In 2013, he paid $137 million for a home in East Hampton – a purchase that remains a record in the United States.

While it won’t break any real estate records, Rosenstein’s $70 million property is still quite luxurious. Take a look at what it has to offer.


The home covers 13,623 square feet.

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If the home sells for its listed price, Rosenstein stands to make a profit of more than $50 million. He bought it for $19.2 million in 2005.

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It has a total of seven bedrooms and 9.5 bathrooms.

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The property originally held a small cottage that was built in the 1920s, but Rosenstein had architect Rick Cook design a much larger beach home after he bought the property.

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According to Cook, Rosenstein “wanted a high-performance, sustainable home that still incorporated the tradition and comfort of an old shingle style property.”

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Source: The Wall Street Journal


The home also gives its owner private access to the Atlantic Ocean.

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A minimalist exercise room is perfect for yoga or meditation.

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Guests can stay in the two-bedroom cottage that sits next to the main home.

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The property also features a 62-foot lap pool.

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Rosenstein’s Hamptons properties have brought him a windfall in recent years. He made $110 million after selling three properties last year.

Barry Rosenstein bought this Hamptons beach house for $19.2 million in 2005.

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Douglas Elliman Real Estate