Hamptons House That Was Site of Murder Sells for More Than $8 Million

The 2001 murder of financier R. Theodore Ammon took place in the home, which was listed for $12.7 million about a year ago.

A home in East Hampton, N.Y., that was the site of a high-profile 2001 murder has sold for more than $8 million.

The sellers were twins Greg and Alexa Ammon, who were children when their adoptive father, the wealthy financier R. Theodore Ammon, was found bludgeoned to death in the home, according to court documents.

After a widely publicized...

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