Town & Country Real Estate has released its top 10 list of the biggest homes sales in the Hamptons last year, and there are some record-breakers here.
1. 62 Further Lane, East Hampton
Andrew S Gordon Trust to 62FL LLC
2. 101 Lily Pond Lane, East Hampton
Coastal Realty Grantor Trust to 101 Lily Pond Lane LLC
3. 576 Meadow Lane, Southampton
Sagamore LLC to Casa De Mer LLC
4. 125 Mid Ocean Drive, Bridgehampton
David Susser to 125 Mid Ocean Drive LLC
5. 16 Gin Lane, Southampton
16 Gin Lane LLC to Wooldon Manor LLC
6. 1116 Meadow Lane, Southampton
Sillerman Residential Properties LP to Meadow Lane Trust
7. 311 Surfside Drive, Bridgehampton
Michele & Robert Simpson to 311 Surfside LLC
8. 616 Ox Pasture Road, Southampton
JAF 616 Ox Pasture Holdings LLC to 616 Ox Pasture LLC
9. 390 Fowler Street, Southampton
Kevin Brine to 390 Fowler Lane LLC
10. 19 Robertson Drive, North Haven
Harriet & Richard DeMato to Triple Jay LLC
Town & Country notes that its list only considers individual parcels. The #1 sale was $97 million for 17 acres, however, when Barry Rosenstein purchased the Estate of Andrew Gordon from his partner Chris Browne, the total cost was $147 million and it included two contiguous 3.7-acre lots that totaled $50 million.
This broke the record set in 2007 for the deMenil Carpenter property. It changed hands for $103 million, and was also on Further Lane, stretching from street to the ocean.
“This year, the notable statistic for those of us who are numbers junkies is the one holding the #10 position, 19 Robertson Drive, North Haven,” Town & Country states. “The 6.2-acre DeMato residence on Noyac Bay sold for $31,567,350.”
What is significance about this sale, according to Town & County, is that it was not even oceanfront, and the property in the #10 spot in 2013 was just $18.75 million.
“2007 was the last time we saw the high-end experience such heightened activity and that year the #10 spot was 1190 Meadow Lane, Southampton Village, at $23,770,500,” the real estate firm states. “Bottom line, new ceilings are shattered following outstanding years for the stock market.”