Parked on a 205-acre site known as “Big E Farm,” this Hamptons residence—currently the largest property on the market in Long Island’s North Fork—presently belongs to Robert Entenmann, whose grandfather, William Entenmann, founded the eponymous baked good company in the late 1900s.
The 8,000-square-foot home—designed to offer luxurious country living—consists of five bedrooms, six-and-a-half baths and, not surprisingly, a commercial-grade baking space.
Outfitted with grand bay windows, the digs’ kitchen overlooks magnificent views of the property’s lush landscape. Now listed for $25 million, the estate also houses a horse farm and an in-ground heated pool, plus three individual staff living quarters (currently occupied by its existing workers, who are all willing to stay despite the impending change in owner). It also comes with barns and stables that are fully stocked with all necessary tacking equipment.
Entenmann, who is now in his mid-80s, is reportedly looking to unload the abode with the intent of soon moving to Florida in order to be closer to his children.
The property—purchased after the family sold the baked goods firm in 1978—has been in the Entenmann family for over three decades. Originally a potato farm, it was transformed into a thoroughbred horse farm over the years, and now features an award-winning, 100-acre vineyard.
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