Update, Thursday 12:41 p.m.: Real estate broker Charles Chiaramonte, co-founder and managing director of Select Investment Realty Advisors, said Thursday afternoon that 15 Prospect Street, the location of Seasons of Southampton, is off the market.
Chiaramonte said that after discussing selling the property with owner Jean Mackenzie, she reconsidered. However, the property is still advertised on real estate websites. Chiaramonte said the listings will be removed soon.
The 19th century farmhouse in Southampton that was once the home of John Duck Jr.'s restaurant — and has since undergone a major renovation — is back on the market.
According to multiple real estate listings, 15 Prospect Street is for sale with a $4,250,000 price tag. The listings state the current occupant, catering, will stay put until the farmhouse is sold.
The building, as well as the catering business, is owned by Jean Mackenzie, who also owns in the village on North Sea Road.
Mackenzie bought 15 Prospect Street in 2008, and had it renovated and updated in 2009. She initially called her catering business Fours Seasons Caterers, but, according to 27east, the name was changed to Seasons of Southampton in 2010 after legal challenges from Manhattan's Four Seasons Restaurant.
Real estate listings state that the two-story building is 8,200 square feet and seats 220.
John Duck Jr.'s was a Southampton mainstay since 1947, according to The New York Times, ran by multiple generations of the Westerhoff family.