Influencer couple nabbed Montauk home right as coronavirus hit

New York Post

By Jennifer Gould Keil
May 27, 2020


Brand consultant Jenné Lombardo and her male model hubby Harvey Newton-Haydon have secured a summer home in  Montauk.

They closed on a property for $885,000 on March 13, just as COVID-19 social distancing restrictions began to take effect — but had been house-hunting in the area for some time before that. The three-bedroom, two-bathroom traditional home is 1,516 square feet.

The couple, who married in 2019, are based in Los Angeles, but plan to spend part of their time in Montauk. Lombardo, known for co-founding Made Fashion Week, entertains her 154,000 Instagram followers with snaps of her fitness routines and far-flung travels.

Nest Seekers International broker Dylan Eckardt repped the buyers and sellers in the off-market deal. Eckardt, known as the “Prince of Montauk,” also found a stunning property for Surf Lodge stapes Sasha and Oliver Benz and their family not far away.

Lombardo and Newton-Hayden will bunk in this Montauk gem when they're out east.

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