Harvey Weinstein Sells Connecticut Home

October 20, 2017|  Article By : 

Immediately before becoming embedded in a sexual harassment controversy, film executive Harvey Weinstein sold his Westport, Connecticut, home for $1.65 million. Weinstein bought the home two decades ago for just $825,00.

The property was built in 1953, has two-stories, and sits on just over half an acre of beautiful property and mature trees.

The home has 3,050-square-foot, the interior of the house has a stunning interior fashion style, with windows that take in the grounds quite well. An eat-in kitchen easily opens up to a family room and fireplace.

A master suite offers a sitting room and private bath. There is a total of four bedrooms and three bathrooms in the home.

Stone planters and professional landscaping make the home a beautiful place to relax and enjoy the scenery.

Weinstein’s property came up for sale in April for $2.25 million, according to public records. The most recent listing shows it as $1.795 million.

In October 2017, and The New Yorker revealed that more than twelve ladies blamed Weinstein for sexually harassing them. Because of these allegations, Weinstein was let go from his production company, suspended from the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, ousted from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, his wife Georgina Chapman left him, and several government officials whom he’d supported have condemned him. The Los Angeles Police Department as well as New York and London police are exploring similar allegations.

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