Candice Bergen and Marshall Rose Listed Hamptons Home on the Market for $18 Million

Candice Bergen and her husband have put their five-bedroom Hamptons home on the market for sale. Marshall Rose built this country cottage for his late wife Jill in the 1980s. Candice married the real estate magnate in 2000 and moved to this 4500-square-foot property, according to the reports. The Bergen-Rose estate stretches itself to 1.8 acres, and it has five bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms alongside a detached guesthouse with one bedroom and bathroom. The 74-year-old Oscar nominee Candice Bergen and Marshall Rose Listed Hamptons home on the market for a whopping $18 Million.

Candice Bergen and Marshall Rose List Hamptons Home on the MarketImage Credit: Variety

Bergen-Rose Hamptons Estate

Source: Daily Mail
Source: Daily Mail

Marshall Rose and Candice Bergen renovated their Hamptons home in 2004 while keeping the original spirit of the house. The renovation made the interiors done up to give the residence more casual and blithe livability. The Oscar nominee’s home features a fireplace with a carved pine mantel. The light-filled kitchen of the five-time Emmy awards winner’s abode features a marble-topped island bar. Over the bar in the kitchen, pots and pans are hanging on a large rack.

The dining room comes with a wall of bookshelves, and it opens to the sitting area that’s window-wrapped and runs over the edge of the backyard. The property also consists of a football field-sized lawn, which is surrounded by blossoming gardens.

Candice Bergen and Marshall Rose Listed Hamptons Home on the Market

Source: Daily Mail

Candice Bergen and her second husband, Marshall Rose, have listed their Hamptons home on the market, and the asking price is $18 Million. This luxurious house hides behind the opaque canopies of specimen trees and a meticulously trimmed hedgerow. The exclusive Hamptons house would be a wonderful escape for the new owners as it comes with a sun-dappled swimming pool. The floor-to-ceiling windows in the living room fill the area with light. Candice Bergen and Marshall Rose also have an apartment in the aristocratic Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue that was bought by Rose in the late 1970s.