This is the third time since the fall of Lehman Brothers that Erin Callan has tried to unload 7-bedroom house.
Former Lehman Brothers' CFO Erin Callan has listed her East Hampton Village home on the market â€” yet again â€” according to Curbed Hamptons.Â
The 1912 Joseph Greenleaf Thorpe-designed house is back on the market for $3.95 million.
Saunders Real EstateÂ describes the 7 bedroom, 5,500 square feet gambrel-style house as being recently renovated with "elegant panelling and molding thoroughout," harmonizing the original home and new additions. There is a "grand staircase to second floor sleeping chambers," a professional kitchen, informal dining area, formal dining room, and bay windows overlook the rose garden.Â It also includes a heated gunite pool and 2 acres of expansive lawns and garden vineyards.
After Lehman Brothers collapsed in 2008, Callan listed the house for $3.75, but it was pulled off the market a month later, according toÂ CNBC. In February 2009, it was listed for $3.95, and the price dropped to $3.6 million, only to be taken off the market three months later, CNBC reported.Â
Will it sell this time?