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Anthony Scaramucci, the former White House communications director who President Donald Trump fired before he even started his job, might be having more luck in real estate than in politics. The Mooch and his wife, Deidre Ball, have snagged a mansion in Bridgehampton South for $7.495 million, according to the New York Post. The newly built home at 30 Lawrence Court boasts eight bedrooms, seven and a half baths and a swimming pool.
Constructed by the Farrell Building Company, the home features white oak floors, stonework and marble and a double-height entry foyer. It sits on nearly an acre of land.
The chef’s kitchen features professional-grade appliances and a sun-bathed dining area. Plus, the finished lower level of the home has a gym, sauna and media room. Outside, there is a spacious stone patio.
After tossing out divorce papers in November, Scaramucci and Ball, joined by the couple’s new baby, are excited to start over in their new home, friends of the duo told the Post.
[Via NY Post]
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