Anderson Cooper lists Hamptons properties

The CNN newsman has put two more waterfront estates on the market, after listing another earlier this summer.

By MSN Real Estate partner Jul 17, 2014 3:55PM

ZillowBy Emily Heffter, Zillow


CNN anchor Anderson Cooper is selling the second and third of his three adjacent waterfront properties in The Hamptons.


The silver-haired newsman listed 12 Saint George Place in Quiogue for $2.699 million earlier this summer and has since dropped the price to $2.599 million. Around the same time, he listed the mansion next door at 20 Saint George Place as a rental, asking $65,000 for the month of July and $75,000 for August.


Now both properties are for sale. The latter, which Cooper has owned since 2003, is listed for $3.599 million. It includes a third, smaller lot off the water, 16 Saint George Place, according to listing agent Enzo Morabito of Douglas Elliman Real Estate.


Cooper’s newest listing is a shake-sided 3,800-square-foot waterfront cottage built in 1928 as a sports club for an estate nearby. It has been completely renovated with stone fireplaces, a designer kitchen, decks and, if you need to keep up on a 24-hour news cycle, Wi-Fi indoors and out.


The property includes a small island that is visible from the back of the house.


The two homes are similar, with the same kitchen paint and hardware and similar design style. But each has its own pool and waterfront beach.


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Tags: celebrity
Aug 27, 2014 5:21PM
CNN gets it's talking points directly from the White House. It's nothing more than a liberal mouth speak for the Obama Fool-Aid drinking libtards that watch it. As far as Cooper he's nothing more than a sexual pervert and pole smoker...
Aug 27, 2014 2:31PM
Not my style...... neither is the seller.
Aug 27, 2014 2:22PM
Must be a slow news day as this article appeared some time ago. The date at the top of the article says july 17.  
Aug 27, 2014 2:06PM
Let's hope he changed the bedroom sheets ..Yuck !
Aug 27, 2014 12:06PM
Aug 27, 2014 9:56AM
His mom is Gloria Vanderbilt.   He is a fantastically successful journalist and has been for over 15 years.    I am more interested in finding a buyer for at least one of these properties!
Aug 27, 2014 9:51AM

he's a rich guy by birth. he is a vanderbilt, for pete's sake!


but he's a good newsman, too.

Aug 27, 2014 8:30AM
I guess we're suppose to be impressed or envious of the man , but I'm not . If he worked for it , then more power to him .
Aug 27, 2014 8:24AM
I wonder if any of this is related to the massive shakeup going on now at Turner/CNN.
Aug 27, 2014 8:18AM
At least Anderson Cooper will leave no fortune to parasitic progeny who never worked a day in their life or earned a dime.  If memory serves he inherited nothing from his mother Gloria's estate and will leave nothing to propagate America's hereditary aristocracy.
Aug 27, 2014 7:21AM

I lost all respect for Anderson Cooper as a serious newscaster when he appeared with Kathy Griffin for the "R" rated  New Years Eve countdown in NYC several years ago.. You cant go on the air every night and gain the respect of your viewers for delivering serious world news matters and the next night appear on national TV with Kathy Griffin doing a convincing job of performing oral sex on you.  

Sorry I have to go throw up now.

Aug 27, 2014 1:54AM
I remember watching News-night with Aaron Brown back in 2001. September 11th he went on the air. Gee, not much going on that day.  Anderson was just a kid. He replaced Brown in 2005 and the rest is history. Brown couldn't talk to the media or say anything to anybody about CNN until July 2007 when his contract expired. The only time I watch CNN now is Sunday Nights "The Hunt", with John Walsh. I can get news anywhere. Its like MTV, Who needs it? I believe Larry King was on after Aaron Brown back then. Funny how some people get rich, and some get the ax or are forced to walk away never to be seen again. Aaron it seems, went on vacation in 2005 and never came back. He got paid for all that time  to do nothing! Good for Him!
Aug 26, 2014 11:50PM


You hit the nail on the head...The greed of Money WILL destroy this country. It will come a time that the have-nots will want, and the revolt will begin.. If all the white house croons-congress, all of them had to live like us, we would not have this problem.. after eight years---new blood..

Jul 27, 2014 12:23PM
Greed, envy and control through money, three human traits we would be better off without.  Human nature never ceases to be amazing.
Jul 27, 2014 11:57AM

must be nice. i'd like one of those. but it will never happen. in retrospect i can see that all those years of bank of america and wells fargo milking my bank accounts $12.50 a month have tapped me dry.

Jul 21, 2014 9:28AM
Sounds like jealousy rears its ugly head. How do you know what he is worth?
Jul 21, 2014 3:51AM
Two questions:  1.  This is news?  2.  Are we supposed to care?
Jul 18, 2014 4:30AM
Likely he is consolidating his holdings, and will find something much nicer, maybe oceanfront.
Clohe sorry you have not hit it to that level (Neigther have I) but I do have a Summer House on the Great South Bay and I am headed there right now.  But remember he do not inherit a huge wad of cash...the Vanderbilt fortune ran out years ago,  His mother created a new one but he has no Trust Fund or major gifts from her, and he is not going to get an inheritance.  They gave him a top notch education, after that he was on his own.  He started at the very a switchboard operator at ABC, then worked his way into a job with Cannel One by gaining access to events on a fake press pass and submitting stories to them, they finally hire him and he began to fight his way up the hard way.  IE his family did not get him any jobs.  The money he has he made on his own.
Read about the Vanderbilt fortune, how it was built and how it was spent i "Fortunes Children"
Yes, I have met AC dozens of times, he would recognize me but we re not even really acquainted on a personal level.
But he is really self made...

FYI 26 years ago I was sleeping on a couching a 5th Floor Walk Up Tiny (400SF) apt and working in a hotel on an hourly wage.  I fought my own way up rtoo, now I own 5 homes (Some get rented out) and live the life you aspire to, you can do it...I had NO connections in NYC,,,NONE.  It takes hard work, intelligence, insightfulness and a little bit of luck.  I believe most can make it, if they built the base as a child, I was a voracious reader, a keen observer of others and their motivations.  But I did not have much of a life for a lot of that time.  True I am now set, but I will never be sure it was worth the sacrifices, money did not buy happiness, it simply bought comfort and security.
Jul 18, 2014 3:43AM
What's he doing, leaving the country?
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