He may have lived in a matchbox-sized New York apartment on NBC hit "Seinfeld," but in real life, Jerry Seinfeld has space to spare at his palatial $32 million East Hampton estate.
But thanks to a new magazine spread, the comedian, 59, his wife Jessica, and their three children, Sasha, 12, Julian, 10, and Shepherd, 8, aren't the only ones who get to enjoy their not-so-humble abode.
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In a feature for InStyle, Jessica, 42, tells the mag their sunroom is "party central," adding, "We clear off the tables and put out plates of antipasti. Guests just sit on the floor and eat dip and cheese and crackers."
In fact, despite the house's hefty price tag, the cookbook author insists there's nothing stuffy about the interior.
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"When it came to decorating the place, I wanted to avoid any feeling of fussiness — Jerry and I are the least formal people," she explains, highlighting the minimalist vibe in one of the home's upstairs bedrooms.
But it is the kitchen that takes up a lot of the family's time. In their expansive eating space, Seinfeld and his family enjoy everything from homemade mac 'n' cheese to a special Shepherd-created French toast recipe. The room also features an office nook complete with a photo collage of family and friends.
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The room's biggest draw however, is a very small piece of equipment: An Elektra Deliziosa coffee maker. "People come over just to have coffee with us — that's how we have friends," Jessica jokes.
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With neighbors like Martha Stewart, Calvin Klein, Sean "P. Diddy" Combs and Ron Perelman, their coffee talks should make for very interesting conversation!
- Jerry Seinfeld