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Intelligencer: December 6-13, 2004

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America’s Mayor Goes to the Beach
Rudy and Judi’s $3 million Hamptons house.
Now that Rudy Giuliani’s in the investment-banking business, he’s finally buying a place in the Hamptons. It took two years of looking, but during that time Rudy was, of course, rather busy raising money for Republicans— and himself. His wife, Judi Nathan, who has a condo in Noyack, seems to be the motivation behind the move, though Giuliani does enjoy his golf. (Maybe the super-snooty Shinnecock Hills golf club, where he’s played as a guest, will let him butt ahead on the wait list.) Sources say he’s about to close on a modest-by-community-standards $3 million place. It’s a 6,000-square-foot, five-bedroom, four-fireplace Bridgehampton spec house that’s being re-landscaped for better homeland security. They’ll have a view of the Southampton Polo Club fields and, in the distance, the ocean. Geologically, it sits where the terminal moraine swells up at the end of Long Island. So he can look down on all those Hollywood Dems who will be his neighbors.


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