Rachael Ray won’t be whipping up sammies at her Hamptons hideaway anymore! The celebrity chef just sold the impressive estate for a cool $3.25 million. Since the bonus home has been on the market on and off since 2017, the deal is undoubtedly cause to celebrate. And not just for Ray, either. Thanks to the real estate listing, we finally get to take a peek inside her Hamptons hideaway and see how the other half spends their summers.
Ray, who has penned numerous cookbooks and helmed her own cooking shows, is a born and raised New Yorker — and her portfolio of properties reflects that. In addition to the Southampton estate Ray just unloaded, she and husband John Cusimano split their time between a colorful New York City apartment and rustic-chic cabin on Lake Luzerne in the heart of the Adirondacks. To put it in Ray’s own words, how good is that?!
Still, we imagine it can’t have been the easiest thing in the world to let go of such a stunning little getaway. By little, we definitely mean sprawling and situated on over six acres of lush green lawns and gardens. Not surprisingly, it has a killer kitchen (two, in fact). Sort of surprisingly, though, the single-story residence boasts a decidedly muted, sophisticated aesthetic. Guess Ray’s NYC apartment is where she keeps all the color!
Let’s take a look at what Ray is saying goodbye to in selling her Hamptons home.