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Ever wonder what a destroyed house in the Hamptons looks like? Check this out.
The image below shows the now-dismantled $62.5-million mansion belonging to hedge fund manager Steve Cohen. What remains of the beach-front structure includes a partial, skeleton-like frame, a flag pole and remnants of masonry.
And here is what the mansion looked like just a couple weeks ago:
According to the New York Post, Cohen destroyed the home, which he never occupied, so he could build a new one on the site.
A spokesman for Cohen reached Monday morning declined to comment.