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The six-acre Hamptons home, which Ray purchased with her husband in 2008 for $2.6 million, has three bedrooms and five bathrooms. At 3,000 square feet, the estate is breezy and bright and set amid gardens, trees and immense lawns, according to Trulia.
Unsurprisingly, the kitchen features top amenities, such as stainless steel appliances and lots of storage space.
The estate includes an oversize pool, a patio, a separate pool house that comes with two bathrooms and a kitchen and a third, one-room area that could be turned into a studio, home office or gym.
Ray’s home, which was originally built in 1976, is located next to the Southampton Golf Club, Trulia reports.