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Bravo’s Summer House features a sprawling Hamptons mansion that is taken over by a group of millennials each summer.

The show has been filmed at the same location for the past few seasons, with the home recently receiving an update. The kitchen, flooring, and bedrooms were freshened to provide a lighter appeal. Carl Radke noticed the changes the minute he stepped into the home to shoot last summer. “Every room’s different now,” he said, Bravo’s Style & Living reports.  

Jules Daoud, Paige DeSorbo, Carl Radke, Lindsay Hubbard, Luke Gulbranson, Hannah Berner, Amanda Batula, Kyle Cooke
Jules Daoud, Paige DeSorbo, Carl Radke, Lindsay Hubbard, Luke Gulbranson, Hannah Berner, Amanda Batula, Kyle Cooke |Karolina Wojtasik/Bravo

The Water Mill home has been on and off the market for at least a decade. But maybe the latest price drop could be the final incentive to get the Summer House sold.

The house was originally offered for more than $5 million

Zillow tracked the Water Mill home for sale in 2008 for $5,300,000. The house was pulled off the market for a price reduction and then re-listed. This went on for a few years until the owners finally decided to rent it in 2015 for $125,000 per month.

Last year the home was still on the market. At the time, the owners were asking $4,195,000. But, Zillow estimated the home’s worth to be $4,887,471. At the same time, the owners continued to offer it for rent for $100,000 per month, which was around the time when Summer House was filming.

Neighbors are likely going to want the home to sell. A Summer House neighbor told Page Six that buyers in the immediate area were not advised about the reality television show filming schedule. “Not one of the buyers was advised before closing that their multimillion-dollar retreat is next door to where a trashy reality TV show is being filmed,” the person said. Plus, area families were concerned about children seeing the debauchery and partying going down at the Summer House.

Maybe another price reduction could entice the right buyer

The home is back on the market, this time at an even lower price. Offered by Nestseekers, Ryan Serhant’s firm from Million Dollar Listing, the home is now listed at $3,895,000. The price was dropped on February 14 as the owner is likely hoping last summer was the last season for filming.

The Summer House was still on the market in September but at $3,995,000. Zillow also has the home value as significantly lower at $3,595,384. The listing touts a number of features included in the 6,500 square foot home. Updated photos reflect the renovations too, which can also be seen on the show.

“Recently renovated secure and private Hamptons estate on 5+ acres awaits you. Explore the home through the foyer and into the living room attached to family room. A wet bar with pantry connects a formal dining room to a eat-in chef’s kitchen with marble counter tops and Viking appliances. Enjoy views of the beautifully landscaped backyard with heated gunite pool, hot tub, and all-weather tennis court from kitchen, living room, and family room.”

Also, although new house member Luke Gulbranson was worried he might be riding the couch, the home has eight bedrooms and eight and a half bathrooms. Perfect for a large group of people.