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Madonna’s Hamptons estate aspirations bite the dust

Madonna’s desire to buy a Hamptons estate had to bite the dust because the owners didn’t agree with her.

Written by ANI | New York |
May 1, 2009 9:30:47 am

Madonna’s desire to buy a Hamptons estate had to bite the dust because the owners didn’t agree with her 10-page list of demands.

Few weeks ago,the Queen of Pop,who recently signed a contract for a townhouse on East 81st Street,stayed at the beautiful Wolffer Estate Vineyards in Sagaponack.

Then,sources revealed that Madonna wasn’t interested in buying the 12,000-square-foot,Tuscan-style villa and 100 acres,but she only wanted to board her horses at the winery’s stables.

Later,according to a source,the 50-year-old diva presented the estate with a 10-page list of demands.

One of the conditions in the list was that “no one could be in the riding ring at the same time she was. It was laughable. They turned her down flat,” reports The ‘New York Post’.

Since then,Madonna has kept her horses at pal Steven Klein’s residence,while Hamptons sources have revealed that she is still house-hunting out East as well as in Westchester’s Bedford.

“She is officially moving back to New York and not going back to London,where [ex-husband Guy Ritchie lives. Not her,” said an insider.

Meanwhile,a rep for the singer said: “Madonna never had any discussion nor were demands made regarding her storing horses there. There is no 10-page list of demands.

“None of that is true. No info regarding where and if she’s house hunting. I get calls all the time about different places saying she’s looking to buy there in 10 different states.”

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