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See Inside Rachael Ray's Hamptons House

The celebrity chef is selling her Southampton property for $4.69 million.
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Celebrity chef Rachael Ray is ready to part with her Hamptons home. Scroll down for a look inside the property that's on the market for $4.69 million.

The house is located on more than six acres the Tuckahoe hamlet of Southampton.


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It's full of natural light and features an open living and dining room.


The main house was built in 1976 and encompasses about 3,000 square feet.


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It was "completely renovated and feels like new construction, which is the trend now for busy buyers who want to just purchase, show up, and start enjoying their new home," listing broker Angela Boyer-Stump, of Sotheby’s International Realty, told the New York Post.

The kitchen is dreamy.


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No surprise.

Here's one of the three bedrooms.


And one of the three ensuite bathrooms.


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A separate pool house has another two bedrooms and two bathrooms.


Plus a second kitchen, naturally.


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The house is furnished.


"The seller would accommodate a Memorial Day move in," the listing notes.

An adjacent lot that comes with the home offers the opportunity to build another home.


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The land is adjacent to the Southampton Golf Club, and a third structure—a one-bedroom, one-bathroom cottage—"can be finished to the same standards as the main residence," according to the listing.

For $4.69 million, the Hamptons getaway could be yours.


This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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