Just days after he declared that he was leaving New York because Gov. Cuomo doesn't like "extreme conservatives," Sean Hannity has put one of his Long Island mansions on the market for $3.6M.
The gated 2.05-acre home comes with a pool, observation deck and stairs to the beach, says D'Agostino, who is co-listing the property with Joyce Mennella. "You can have houses on the water but are up high on a bluff and don't have access to the beach," she says. The 4,824-square-foot brick Colonial, built in 2001, has six fireplaces. One is in the study in the master suite, which opens to a terrace. Annual property taxes are $56,989, according to the real estate listing.
Despite all the media hoopla about the sale, Hannity doesn't even live in that house. In 2008 he bought another, much bigger mansion for $8.5M. Damn this Obama economy.