The Post has learned that Hugh Jackman and his wife, actress Deborra-Lee Furness, have rented out their Hamptons summer getaway during the winter months.
The two bought this East Hampton estate in 2015 for $3.5 million. It is now on the market for $166,666 per month.
Following the purchase, the two proceeded to undergo a six-year transformation building what they once referred to as a property they had been longing for.
“It was a lifelong dream of mine,” Furness told Architectural Digest in a 2021 Interview, “It’s like, bucket list, tick it. I’ve done it, and I loved it.
Furness, 67, and Jackman, 54, had spent years trying to find the perfect spot to build their ideal home.
“My kids were like, ‘Mom, make a decision already.’ We went to look at it, and I said, ‘Let’s do it,'” she added.
Composed of a total of five bedrooms and 5½ bathrooms, the modern waterfront complex is spread over 5,000 square feet.
Amenities include a gym, a theater, a pool, a Jacuzzi — and the property is comprised of two separate structures, the listing notes.
Perched on a bluff, the property also has water views.
This rental listing comes at an otherwise active time in the couple’s property portfolio. In August, it was reported that Jackman spent $22.1 million A few months to a glam New York City penthouse After listing the nearby triplexes For $38.9 million, which remains for sale.
Architect Stelle Lamont Rouhani collaborated with Jackman and Furness to create “the utmost Zen tranquility” overlooking Gardiner’s Bay, the listing describes.
The primary home features a gourmet kitchen with Gaggenau appliances and an informal dining room with a hand-carved walnut dining table. There are also three en-suite bedrooms in the main house, with floor-to-ceiling glass doors.
Situated on 2.5 acres, the renovated guest house has two bedrooms, and an open living space with a kitchen bar and a loft bed.
An important artwork in the house includes a Kaleidoscope James Turrell piece for which most celebrities have a fondness.
The list of photos also shows the couple having two dogs, a French bulldog named Dali and a poodle-terrier mix named Allegra.
Furness previously said, “You can watch the game on the mezzanine – it’s having its own moment.” “And the way I set up the living room lounge, you’ve got your sit-by-the-fire moment, you’ve got your look-out-to-the-sea, contemplating-yourself navel moment. And Hugh and I are total backgammon lovers, so the backgammon set lives there.”
“Deb is extraordinary. I was at almost every meeting over the five years,” Jackman added to the publication. “I thought I’d know how it felt the first time I moved in. I was wrong. The house far exceeded my expectations. Little did I know that what Deb created was not only beautiful but also warm. Even now, when I walk in the door, it gives me a sense of peace.
Susan Breitenbach with the Corcoran Group holds the listing.