The Southampton estate used as Diane Keaton’s home in the film Something’s Gotta Give has been sold for a stunning $41 million. The exteriors of the beautiful beach house, located on two acres of oceanfront, were featured in the 2003 Nancy Meyers film which co-starred actor Jack Nicholson.
“It’s every woman’s dream house—the house that, if you became successful and could afford a beach house, yours would look like,” stated director Meyers.
The 11-bedroom, 8000-square-foot Shingle-style mansion at 576 Meadow Lane in Southampton, New York was built in 2000 by Alan Meckler, the CEO of Mediabistro.com. The new lucky owner of the estate on “Billionaire’s Row” is Jimmy Tisch, the CEO of Loews corporation. Tisch’s new neighbors include Calvin Klein, Henry Kravis and Leon Black.
The interiors of the Hamptons home were filmed on a Hollywood soundstage, so Something’s Gotta Give’s much-coveted kitchen (featuring a Sub-Zero refrigerator and a Wolf range) wasn’t included as part of the $41 million price tag.
Beth Rubino, the movie’s set decorator, stated “Diane’s character loves to cook, so we had to have a practical, functional kitchen, that could also hold a lot of people.”
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