Hugh Jackman and his wife, actress Deborah-Lee Furness, rented out their summer vacation in the Hamptons during the winter months, The Post has learned.
The two bought this East Hampton estate for $3.5 million in 2015. It’s now on the market for $166,666 a month.
After the purchase, the two continued to undergo a six-year transformation of the building they once called the property they longed for.
“This has been a lifelong dream of mine,” Furness told Architectural Digest in an interview in 2021. “It’s like, list, check it off. I did it and I loved it.”
Furness, 67, and Jackman, 54, spent years trying to find the perfect space to build their ideal home.
“My kids were like, ‘Mom, make up your mind already.’ We went to see it, and I said, ‘Let’s do it,'” she added.
Consisting of five bedrooms and 5½ bathrooms, the modern waterfront residence occupies 5,000 square feet.
Amenities include a gym, theater, pool, jacuzzi — and the property consists of two separate structures, according to the listing.
Perched on a cliff, the property also boasts water views.
This rental listing comes at an otherwise active time in the couple’s property portfolio. In August, news broke that Jackman had shelled out a cool $22.1 million for the glam penthouse in New York — months after a nearby triplex went up for sale for $38.9 million, which remains for sale.
Architect Stella Lomont Rouhani collaborated with Jackman and Furness to create “the ultimate Zen serenity” 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. With floor-to-ceiling glass doors, the main home also has three en-suite bedrooms.
Set on 2.5 acres, the renovated guest house has two bedrooms and an open living room with a kitchen bar and a loft bed.
The key artwork in the house includes a kaleidoscopic piece by James Turrell, which is loved by most celebrities.
The photos on the listing even show couples of two dogs, a French bulldog named Dali and a poodle-terrier mix named Allegra.
“You can watch sport on the mezzanine – it’s having its moment,” Furness said earlier. “And with the way I set up the salons in the living room, you have a moment to sit by the fire, you have your sea view, thinking about your – navel moment.” And Hugh and I are complete backgammonophiles, so the backgammon set lives there.”
“Deb is outstanding. “I’ve been to almost every meeting for five years,” Jackman added to the publication. “I felt like I would know what it would feel like going in for the first time. I was wrong. The home has exceeded my expectations so far. I didn’t realize 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 calm.”
The listing is held by Susan Breitenbach of the Corcoran Group.