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Priciest Homes on the East End

Every village, town, hamlet and hideaway in the Hamptons and on the North Fork has its charms. If you’re looking for the

most expensive home on the market in your favorite East End locales­—to own, that is—look no further…

$140 million

Georgica Pond, East Hampton

10,300 Square Feet

1,156 Feet of water frontage

7 million dollars less than the highest-ever residental sale in the U.S.

(also in East Hampton)

$69 million

51 and 55 Halsey Lane,

Southampton

22,000 Square Feet

11 Waterfront acres

15.5 Bathrooms

$43 million

207 Highland Terrace and 217 Highland Terrace, Bridgehampton

30 Foot ceilings

1,800 Bottle wine cellar

2 Lots, with room to build another home for a dream compound

$25 million

Big E Farm/Martha Clara Vineyards, Jamesport

10,236 Square Feet

113 Acres Under Vine

9 Barns

$24.5 million

9 and 15 Little Ram Island Drive,

Shelter Island

7.5 Acres on Coecles Harbor

23,000 Square foot estate

100 Foot dock

$19.95 million

521 East Lake Drive,

Montauk

4 Separate waterfront parcels

6.89 Acres

150 Foot dock

$17.75 million

66 Seafield Lane, Westhampton Beach

1 Historical waterfront mansion by the artitect who designed the Lincoln Memorial

44 Century-old Catalpa trees lining the driveway and the perimeter of the estate

56 Foot Gunite pool with spa

$15.5 million

23 Shinnecock Road, Quogue

31 Room mansion

3 Year-renovation, bringing the Gilded Age “cottage” into the modern era

365 Nights to fall asleep to the hypnotizing sounds of the Atlantic

$3.95 million

1250 Sound Drive, Greenport

170 Feet of Long Island Sound frontage—enjoy the view!

3 Marble fireplaces

1.1 Mile drive to Kontokosta Winery, Long Island’s easternmost winery

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