Fresh off her SodaStream controversy over which she had to resign her ambassadorship with international anti-poverty organization Oxfam, Scarlett Johansson will at least have a beachy place to take a chill.
Johansson, who stirred up a fuss for endorsing an Israeli company that operates on the West Bank and thus at odds at international law on Palestinian policy, is the buyer for a $2.2 million custom-built, shingled home in Amagansett on the East End of Long Island.
Like many Hamptons areas, Amagansett boasts pretty expensive real estate, with home values of $1,592,900.
Johansson’s new summerhouse sits on 1.4 acres and abuts the Peconic Land Trust and Napeague State Park, which will provide acres and acres of privacy.
The home 4 bedrooms, including a master suite with its own private balcony and fireplace and 3 ensuite guest rooms, all with their own balconies.