Hamptons murder mansion where Wall Street financier was bludgeoned to death by his wife's lover sells for more than $8million - after being listed a year ago for $12.7million
- The six-bedroom home was once location of the infamous 2001 murder of Wall Street financier Ted Ammon
- Ammon was bludgeoned to death in his bedroom by his wife's handyman lover Daniel Pelosi
- His?adopted children, twins Greg and Alexa Ammon, 28, decided to sell their childhood home a year ago
- The 7,000-square-foot East Hampton home was originally listed for $12.7 million
- Listing agent Judi A. Desiderio told the Wall Street Journal that it recently sold 'in the mid 8s'?
- It boasts six-and-a-half baths, a gourmet kitchen, solarium, library and a heated pool, nestled within 2.2 acres
Sixteen years after Wall Street financier Ted Ammon was bludgeoned to death in his East Hampton home by his wife's lover, the couple's adopted children have sold the home.?
Just two years after the crime, Ammon's wife, Generosa, died of cancer, so the house fell to their two children.?
Twins Greg and Alexa Ammon, 28, recently sold their parents' 7,000-square-foot country estate for more than $8million, listing agent Judi A. Desiderio told the Wall Street Journal on Monday.?
The twins put the house up for sale last year, with an asking price of $12.7milion. They later lowered the price to $10.995million before the anonymous buyer negotiated it down to 'the mid 8s'.?
The Ammon twins have not lived in the home since their father's horrific murder, but have rented out the property to several families over the past 16 years.?
Their mother's lover, Daniel Pelosi, ?is serving a 27 years to live in prison sentence for Ted Ammon's death. He is first up for parole in 2031.
A Hamptons mansion that was the scene of a grisly 2001 murder has recently sold for $8million (pictured above)?
Wall Street financier Ted Ammon was bludgeoned to death in his bedroom by his wife's handyman lover Daniel Pelosi
The Hamptons murder mansion, which features a stunning, light and airey family room (pictured), was initially put on the market by the couple's adopted twins, Greg and Alexa, last year for $12.7million?
The English Manor style home, on Middle Lane, boasts a spacious dining room, with high ceilings and an elaborate chandelier?
Ted and Generosa Ammon, pictured with their adopted children, Greg and Alexa Ammon in an undated photo, appeared to be the perfect family. But it all fell apart as the marriage crumbled and Generosa fought for half of his $80 million fortune
When the home was first put up for sale, Desiderio said the murder - which she is required by law to disclose - scared off some potential buyers. ?
'Fifty percent of people would rule it out because of the history,” she said, adding that some 'wouldn’t even go in' after hearing about the crime.?
The English Manor style home, on Middle Lane, boasts six bedrooms, six-and-a-half baths, as well as a gourmet kitchen, solarium, and library.
The mansion comes also features an?exercise room and heated pool, with accompanying pool house, all nestled within?2.2 acres of land with its own pond, in?East Hampton Village. The location is just a short walk from the ocean and the famous?Maidstone Club, and counts the likes of Katie Couric and Jerry Seinfeld as neighbors.
The home needs a full renovation and the new home owners are still deciding whether to gut the home or tear it all down and start from scratch. ???
The Ammon twins have not lived in the home since their father's horrific murder, but have rented out the property to several families over the past 16 years
The property, based in East Hampton Village, has an unusual, wood-paneled gourmet kitchen?
A his and hers bathroom, with separate sinks and mirrors, as well as a huge walk-in shower, is just one of the six-and-a-half baths?
A nautical inspired porthole window overlooks the wooden?balustrade on the property's second floor landing?
The house, which counts the likes of Katie Couric and Jerry Seinfield as neighbors, has a backyard with its own grill
The multi-million dollar home overlooks its lush, green backyard - part of the 2.2 acres of land it was sold with?
An established pond sits on the grounds of the Hamptons house, which was sold to an unnamed buyer recently?
The six-bedroom home was once location of the infamous 2001 murder of Wall Street financier Ted Ammon, who was bludgeoned to death in his bedroom by his wife's?handyman lover Daniel Pelosi.??
The Ammon twins were adopted as toddlers from a Ukrainian orphanage by?Ted and his wife Generosa Ammon and for a while, they had the picture perfect family.
But after 17 years of marriage, the relationship began to crumble. Following their separation, as Generosa fought for half of her husband's $80million fortune, things turned ugly.
They?were just days from finalizing their divorce when, on October 22, 2001, he was found bludgeoned to death in the bedroom of his weekend Hampton's home. As they were still technically married,?Generosa inherited 50 per cent of his estate, while the other 50 per cent went to Ammon's foundation - as stipulated in his will?
Generosa's boyfriend Pelosi, a married electrician from Long Island, was convicted of the murder in 2004 and is imprisoned at Attica Correctional Facility in upstate New York. He's eligible for parole in 2031. He remarried to Generosa in 2002. ?
An aerial view reveals the spacious home which also includes a heated pool and a pool house behind it
The listing agent says the new owners are deciding whether to do a gut renovation or the home or tear it down and start all over ?
The English Manor style home, on Middle Lane, boasts six bedrooms, six-and-a-half baths, as well as a gourmet kitchen, solarium, and library
?The mansion also features an exercise room and heated pool, with accompanying pool house, all nestled within 2.2 acres of land with its own pond, in East Hampton Village
The location is just a short walk from the ocean and the famous Maidstone Club
The twins, who?were at their father's house in Manhattan when the 52-year-old was bludgeoned to death, was initially told by their mother that he had killed himself, before they learned the truth.?
The children were left without parents for a second time when Generosa was diagnosed with breast cancer and died in August 2003. The children went to live with their aunt in Alabama.
Pelosi, who had been battling for a?part of the fortune left by his late wife, always?maintained that Generosa hired a hit man to kill her husband. But the twins admit they were not convinced he was a killer until he was convicted.
'I still had doubts up until that point,' Alexa told Katie Couric in 2012. 'I was so convinced he was innocent. I don't know what he did to my mind. He's a psychopath.'
Both Alexa and Greg are now certain he was to blame, and say they choose to believe their mother was not a part of their father's death.
Despite enduring such tragedy before they were teenagers, the twins pulled through.
'We had each other so that was one thing,' Greg said. 'It was not easy .'??
Greg founded Big Flower, a Hamptons lifestyle brand with a flagship in East Hampton. Alexa recently graduated from USC School of Cinematic Arts and is pursuing a career in film and photography.
In May 2016, Greg married Stacy Volkov, daughter of former Atlanta Hawks basketball player Alexander Volkov, ?in a lavish ceremony at the Biltmore Estate in North Carolina, built by the Vanderbilts, that was covered by Brides magazine. ?
Daniel Pelosi (left in 2003) a married electrician from Long Island, was convicted of Ammon's murder in 2004. His victim's adopted children, Greg and Alexa Ammon (pictured right in 2012) blame him for their father's death but say they choose to believe their mother was innocent
In May 2016, Greg Ammon (right) married wife Stacy in a lavish ceremony at the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina
The twins (pictured as children with Ted Ammon) were at their father's house in Manhattan when the 52-year-old was bludgeoned to death?
The children (with their adoptive parents Ted and Generosa in an undated photograph) were left without parents for a second time when Generosa was diagnosed with breast cancer and died in August 2003
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