The Hamptons is one the world’s most exclusive seaside resorts — and the ultimate playground of the rich and famous. In addition to its lush greenery and opulent vacation homes, the area is dotted with private beaches on the Atlantic coast, stretching from Southampton to East Hampton on New York’s Eastern Long Island.
The towns, hamlets and villages in this highly exclusive oasis are famed for their association with prominent figures such as former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and painter Jackson Pollock. What’s more, if location and accessibility are ever-paramount selling points, then the easy commute to the Hamptons from New York City — via public or private transportation — certainly satisfies that criteria.
This ideal location — coupled with amenities like panoramic ocean views, infinity pools and private golf courses — might cause you to believe that those who can afford to buy a home here would jump at the opportunity. However, our findings show that the majority of buyers shy away from splurging. In fact, homes sold below the asking prices in nine of the 10 most expensive residential sales of 2019. Keep reading for details about each of these sales in the legendary leisure hub.
#10. Historic Normandy House Sells for $2.9 Million Below Asking Price After Years of Price Changes
This historic, French chateau-style estate on the waterfront of Southampton Village’s Lake Agawam was initially listed at $24.9 million, but sold in October 2019 for $22 million — nearly $3 million below asking price. Architects Henry M. Polhemus and Lewis Augustus Coffin Jr. of New York’s prestigious Polhemus & Coffin designed the property, which was built in 1925 and once called “Chateau O’Brien” for its then-owner, attorney Kenneth O’Brien.
The home was renovated throughout 15 months by architect Oliver Cope and builder Ed Bulgin. It boasts 400 feet of water-frontage visible from the home’s majestic entry foyer and all main rooms, a waterfront pool with terraces, outdoor living spaces and a new tennis court. The lavish interiors were designed and decorated by Tony Ingrao and the gardens’ enormous lawns by landscape architect Edmund Hollander. Also, on the property is a guest cottage with its own sitting room, a staff wing, a full kitchen, two bedrooms and two bathrooms, as well as a pool house with an additional bathroom and lounge. The main home has five bedrooms, including a master bedroom with a waterfront view, and a private balcony/terrace overlooking the lawns, lake, and gardens.
- Address: 412 1st Neck Lane, Southampton, NY 11968
- Sale Price: $22,000,000
- Number of bedrooms: 9
- Number of bathrooms: 4+
- 8,772+ square feet
- 5.57+ acres
#9. Legendary Bouvier Residence, Grey Gardens, sells for $2 Million Above Asking Price
The East Hampton estate at 7 W. End Ave., which was immortalized in the documentary Grey Gardens, was put on the market by owner Sally Quinn. She and her late husband, who purchased it for $220,000 from the Beales in 1979, invested approximately $600,000 in its restoration. They listed the property — which was designed in 1897 by Joseph Greenleaf Thorpe — for $19,995,000. The home sold in October for $22,050,000, more than $2 million above the asking price.
With more than 145 feet of direct ocean frontage, the 6,000-square-foot home sits on almost two acres of land, and includes: seven bedrooms; a swimming pool; a tennis court; and an 800-square-foot, two-bedroom, two-bathroom, two-level beachfront cottage with a wrap. As a protective measure for the house, a fortified dune revetment is now renovated with landscaping and a fence to guard the cottage and property from erosion. The house is in East Hampton Village on a street with easy access to the main thoroughfare and the airport.
- Address: 7 W. End Ave., East Hampton, NY 11937
- Sale Price: $22,050,000
- Number of bedrooms: 6
- Number of bathrooms: 5+
- 10,000 + square feet
- 3.5+ acres
#8.Media Mogul’s Water Mill Home Sells After Sales Price Drops $7.5 Million in Three Years
The home of prolific businessman James Mooney was first put on the market in December 2014 for $35 million, making the list of the most expensive homes for sale in the Hamptons at the time. By 2019, it was reduced to a final $27.5 million asking price and sold for $24.5 million in December — $3 million below the final asking price and a remarkable $10.5 million below its initial listing price. Justifying the steep initial price was the fact that this home not only features 360-degree panoramic views from the Atlantic Ocean to Jules Pond, but it’s also one of the only eight properties that share a one-mile stretch of pristine sandy beach.
Designed to make the most of its waterfront location, the bedrooms have circular, glass-encased designs, and all the principal rooms have beach-side terraces with ocean, dune, and pond views. The traditional estate with a majestic, double-height entry foyer has its own walkway to the ocean and luxurious amenities throughout, including: 330 feet of direct oceanfront; a library; a media room; a great room with a wet bar; a heated pool; a spa; a pool house with a bathroom and kitchenette; a professional chef’s kitchen inside; an outdoor kitchen; and an outside entertaining area with a covered terrace and media room.
- Address: 370 Fowler St., Southampton, NY 11968
- Sale Price: $24,500,000
- Number of bedrooms: 4+
- Number of bathrooms: 5+
- 7,500+ square feet
- 3.3+ acres
#7. Former Ballerina’s 1917 Home Sells for $11 Million Below Asking Price
Built in 1917 on Sagg Pond’s waterfront in a no-flood zone, this home has had only two owners, with the final one being the legendary ballerina Sono Osato. Initially listed for more than $30 million, the house sold in May 2019 for $26 million, which, though well below the asking price, was still described as one of the Hampton’s biggest transactions of 2019. Spurring the sale was its location on historic Quimby Lane, in one of the most expensive zip codes in the country, as well as amenities such as: an ocean-view artist studio; 300 feet of water frontage on Sagg Pond; multiple fireplaces; a pool; salon-style entertaining rooms; and ocean views complemented by 180-degree views north to the bridge.
- Address: 236 Quimby Lane, Bridgehampton, NY 11932
- Sale Price: $26,000,000
- Number of bedrooms: 4
- Number of bathrooms: 6+
- 7,136+ square feet
- 3.6+ acres
#6. After 4 Years on the Market, Great Neck Pond Sells for $5 Million Below Asking Price
Built in 2012 by Mark Himmelsbach of Ironwood Construction, and based on designs by celebrated architect John David Rose with landscaping by Ed Hollander, this house was first listed for sale at a $42.5 million asking price in 2015, according to The Wall Street Journal. The price was later lowered to $37.5 million by Bespoke, and then discounted another $5 million to a final asking price of $32.5 million. In December 2019 — in what was called one of the year’s biggest sales in the Hamptons — it sold for yet another $5 million discount at $26,972,400.
The home, a secluded waterfront on the Atlantic Ocean and Halsey Neck Pond with a traditional exterior design, was celebrated by Architectural Digest. Augmenting its luxury is 110 feet of Halsey Neck Pond water frontage and ocean views; interior and exterior fireplaces; an outdoor dining pavilion; a heated, saltwater Gunite pool; a spa; an 800-square-foot pool house; a movie theater; a library; a tennis court; an exercise pavilion; and a four-car, heated garage.
- Address: 80 Meadowmere Lane, Southampton, NY 11968
- Sale Price: $26,972,400
- Number of bedrooms: 9
- Number of bathrooms: 9+
- 12,000+ square feet
- 3,987 square feet (outside area – covered Mahogany Porches and balconies)
- 3.1 acres
#5. Spectacular Old Towne Enclave Estate Sells for $9 Million Below Asking Price
So uniquely exceptional that it was featured on CNBC’s “Secret Lives of the Super Rich,” this enormous estate at 6 Olde Towne Lane built by Kean Development was the largest on the Hamptons market when it was put up for sale in July 2017 for $34.95 million. The so-called Summer House, built in 2016, ultimately sold for $27 million after a year and a half on the market.
This ultra-luxury, 23,000-square-foot estate has a three-level main house that features three full staircases, an elevator, six fireplaces, a great room, and a library. While the exterior is classic, the interior is extremely well-appointed with amenities, including: chef and family kitchens; a custom Gunite pool; a pool house with a terrace and sun shelves; tennis and basketball courts; a gym; a sauna; a steam room; a massage room; a spa room; a loggia with retractable screens; a theater; a rooftop putting green; an outdoor terrace and dining area; a three-car, detached garage; and remarkable staff quarters with their own full kitchen, sitting room and two bedrooms each with full baths.
- Address: 6 Olde Towne Lane, Southampton, NY 11968
- Sale Price: $27,000,000
- Number of bedrooms: 9
- Number of bathrooms: 12+
- 23,000 square feet
- 3.84 acres
#4. Tear-down on Billionaire’s Lane Sells for Almost $30 Million
Listed as a “tear down” with a $35 million asking price, the contemporary-style home was built in 1997 at 950 Meadow Lane. It sold for $5 million below asking price at $29,875,000 in October 2019 in an off-market deal by renowned broker James Giugliano of Nest Seekers International. In addition to beachfront, the home also features an 800-square-foot pool and a tennis court.
- Address: 950 Meadow Lane, Southampton, New York 11968
- Sale Price: $29,875,000
- Number of bedrooms: 5
- Number of bathrooms: 5
- 2,788 square feet
- 3.2+ acres
#3. Three-Level Mammoth Mansion Sold for $1.2 Million Below $32.5 Million Asking Price
Built by a developer who purchased the property’s 2.3 acres of land in 2005 for $10 million, this spec home became the subject of controversy due to its size of more than 10,000 square feet. Last purchased in 2011 for $21.6 million by Seacret, LLC, it sold in May 2019 to Casa Meadow, LLC for $31.4 million after initially listing for $32.5 million. This Barnes Coy-designed property at 96 Meadow Lane — one of the wealthiest streets in the Hamptons — provides spectacular views of the ocean to the south and of Cooper Pond to the north. In total, it has more than 2.3 acres of ocean frontage.
This property’s amenities are simply outstanding and include radiant heated bedrooms floors; a heated, three-car garage; a climate-controlled wine room; an elevator; a gym; a theater; a game room; and staff apartments. Expanding upon the waterfront focus of the design is a Gunite infinity pool situated ocean-side, and an ocean-facing, covered patio in the master bedroom.
- Address: 96 Meadow Lane, Southampton, NY 11968
- Sale Price: $31,350,000
- Number of bedrooms: 7
- Number of bathrooms: 10.5
- 10,000+ square feet
- 2.3 acres
#2. Multi-Structure “Three Ponds Farm” Sells for $15 Million Less Than Asking Price
Comprising eight structures — including the 25,000-square-foot Italianate main house designed by architect Allan Greenberg — the Three Ponds Farm compound has three properties and three ponds and is so large that it bestrides both Water Mill and Bridgehampton.
In fact, the property — formerly a dairy farm — is so spacious that it features a 6,307-yard, USGA-rated, 18-hole, private golf course; an over-sized pool with a pavilion; a tennis court; and grounds and gardens complete with a caretaker’s cottage, a club house, a carriage house, an orangerie, a staff suite and a pro shop. The main home has five fireplaces, exotic wood floors of cherry and mahogany, indoor-outdoor living spaces, and Venetian-plastered walls. They all lead to landscape architect Edmund Hollander’s masterful and varied gardens (rose, wildflower, etc.), fruit trees, wisteria-covered pergolas, and breathtaking grounds.
The massive property was first listed in 2003 for $75 million. By 2018, the price had been reduced to $60 million until it was finally discounted to its last asking price of $49 million. It sold in June for $34 million — a considerable discount from the original asking price.
- Address: 901 Scuttle Hole Road, Water Mill, NY 11976
- Sale Price: $33,993,984
- Number of bedrooms: 8
- Number of bathrooms: 10+
- 25,000 square feet
- 58.60+ acres
#1. Natural Gas Billionaire Sells Oceanfront Masterpiece Near $42.5 Million Asking Price
Michael S. Smith, CEO of Freeport LNG, put up for sale his Hamptons home at 263 Surfside Drive in the hamlet of Bridgehampton for $42.5 million. It sold in June 2019 in an off-market deal for $39.3 million — just $3.3 million below the hefty asking price.
Designed by Barnes Coy Architects, the floor-to-ceiling glass windows and doors afford natural lighting and panoramic views befitting a home “surrounded on all sides by water” with views of Sag Pond and the ocean. What’s more, the infinity edged Gunite pool smoothly prolongs the waterfront theme for an uninterrupted view of water. Further enhancing the luxury of the home are amenities such as 6,000 square feet of attached deck space, two powder rooms, an outdoor living space, a pool house and spa, a roof deck, and a state-of-the art outdoor kitchen.
- Address: 263 Surfside Drive, Bridgehampton, NY 11932
- Sale Price: $39,250,000
- Number of bedrooms: 7
- Number of bathrooms: 8.5
- 7,354 square feet
- 1.3+ acres
In order to determine the most expensive sales in the Hamptons in 2019, all residential transactions that closed between January 1, 2019, and December 31, 2019 were considered. Package deals were excluded.
Who has the most expensive house in the Hamptons? ›
1) Jule Pond, Water Mill | $105 million
In 2014, hedge fund manager Barry Rosenstein famously paid $147 million for his Further Lane estate in East Hampton, but that was the total price for three separate, yet contiguous parcels.
Quogue's Dune Road is the #1 most expensive Hamptons street with an $11 million median sale price. The priciest sale of the 10 most expensive streets clocked in at $32 million.Who owns the biggest homes in the Hamptons? ›
It dwarfs the second-largest home in the country by 5,000 square feet and is twice the size of the White House. Known as Fair Field, the home is owned by businessman Ira Rennert. Reports differ, but it has somewhere between 21 and 29 bedrooms and between 18 and 39 bathrooms.What is the most expensive Montauk house? ›
READ MORE: Montauk, New York, Compound Sells for $18M
The most expensive sale in Montauk was a 6,500-square-foot house on 20 acres, which was sold for $23.6 million last December, according to Zillow.
Thomas Elghanayan, a member of one of America's richest families, acquired his six-acre spread in 2007 for $24 million. There are formal gardens at the front of the more than 7,800-square-foot house, and a raised boardwalk spans the grassy backyard and dunes for easy beach access.What is the nicest neighborhood in the Hamptons? ›
- East Hampton: Best for first-time visitors and celebrity-spotting.
- Montauk: Best for an active vacation.
- Southampton: Best for luxury.
- Sag Harbor: Best for art lovers.
- Amagansett: Best beach town vibes.
Hidden away near the end of Long Island, New York, is a community where affluent African Americans, their friends, and the wannabes have secretly vacationed for more than 75 years. Unlike the bluffs of Martha's Vineyard, black folks here own five miles of prime beachfront.What famous people live in Hampton? ›
- Anderson Cooper.
- Neil Patrick Harris.
- Beyonce and Jay-Z.
- Alec Baldwin.
- Brooke Shields.
- Robert De Niro.
- Jerry Seinfeld.
- Gwyneth Paltrow.
Trump reportedly paid $4.4 million for the house. Corcoran, the real estate agency handling the listing, declined to comment on the closing price of the property, but it was originally listed for just under $4.5 million.Where do the Kardashians live in the Hamptons? ›
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Which famous celebrities have a house in the Hamptons? ›
Jennifer Lopez, Diddy, Madonna, Gwyneth Paltrow, Kelly Ripa and Sarah Jessica Parker are just a few of the many stars who own property on Long Island's East End, a star-studded stretch of beautiful beaches, unbeatable landscapes and exorbitantly expensive homes.What is the number 1 most expensive house? ›
The most expensive house in the world and the world's biggest house is Buckingham Palace, owned by the King Charles III, in right of the British Crown with an estimated value of $4.9 billion. Check out our guide to the world's most expensive houses to see other fancy houses and luxury mansions.What is the most luxurious house in the US? ›
1. The One, Los Angeles, California | Most Expensive Houses. The One, which took eight years to create, has surpassed all other pricey mansions in the US to claim the top rank. Nile Niami's modern masterpiece, this private mansion is situated on a five-acre site in Bel Air, Los Angeles, California.Where is America's most expensive home? ›
The most expensive house in the US is in Los Angeles. In fact, many ultra-luxury homes priced over $100 million are in California.Where is Jennifer Lopez Hamptons house? ›
Located in Water Mill, New York, this 8 bedroom, 7.5 bathroom estate was purchased by Lopez in 2013 and quickly became her recreational retreat claiming that it was her “dream home” in an interview with Hola magazine.Where is Beyoncé's Hamptons house? ›
The property sits next to the Fulling Mill Farm Preserve and is less than a mile from the ocean. It likely drew the attention of the power couple due to its proximity to their home Briar Patch Road property, which they purchased for $25.9 million in 2017.Who owns 75 Main in the Hamptons? ›
Zach Erdem (born July 17, 1982 in Erzincan, Turkey) is a television personality and entrepreneur. He is an owner and partner in several Long Island-based restaurants and nightclubs including 75 Main in Southampton, New York.Which is more expensive East or West Hampton? ›
At an average rate of $432 for the cheapest available double room, East Hampton is the most expensive summer destination, with Montauk and Southampton — both part of the Hamptons — only a few dollars less pricey.What is the safest place in the Hamptons? ›
New York State's safest community is East Hampton Town, an affluent Long Island community which logged a very high 1.29 score on the Safety Index. East Hampton enjoys a low violent crime rate of 0.85 per 1,000 and a property crime rate of 11.34 per 1,000.What is the biggest town in the Hamptons? ›
The Villages & Hamlets: Southampton to Montauk. Founded in 1640, Southampton is the largest and most populous of the Hamptons.
What percent of the Hamptons is white? ›
Race & Ethnicity
The largest Hampton racial/ethnic groups are White (94.6%) followed by Two or More (3.8%) and Hispanic (1.6%).
Hampton by Hilton, formerly known (and still commonly referred to) as Hampton Inn or Hampton Inn & Suites, is an American chain of hotels trademarked by Hilton Worldwide.Why are the Hamptons so special? ›
The Hamptons is known for everything from beaches to art museums to hedges that grow higher than summertime temperatures. Geographically speaking, it spans from Southampton to Long Island's tip, Montauk—aka the end of the world, per Instagram.Where can I see celebrities in the Hamptons? ›
- Nick & Toni's - East Hampton. Photo courtesy of Wordhampton Public Relations.
- Almond Bar and Restaurant - Bridgehampton. ...
- Bostwick's Chowder House - East Hampton. ...
- Indian Wells Tavern - Amagansett. ...
- La Fondita - Amagansett. ...
- Rowdy Hall - East Hampton. ...
- Townline BBQ - Sagaponack.
The median listing home price in East Hampton, NY was $2M in February 2023, trending down -2.1% year-over-year. The median listing home price per square foot was $964. The median home sold price was $1.8M.Where do celebrities go in Montauk? ›
Surf Lodge in Montauk plays host to the summer's most infamous socialites looking for a buzz on the beach. If you're plotting a visit this summer, here's everything to know about the legendary, Page Six-approved Hamptons hot spot.Where is Kelly Ripa's Hamptons home? ›
Kelly Ripa's Southampton Hills Court estate, New York.Who is the most famous person from Long Island? ›
Long Island would not be Long Island without the legendary Billy Joel. Raised in Hicksville, Joel released his first hit song, "Piano Man," in 1973.Where do the rich vacation in the Hamptons? ›
Southampton Village, Water Mill, Bridgehampton, Sagaponack, and East Hampton Village are the richest parts of the Hamptons.Does Jennifer Lopez own a home in the Hamptons? ›
The singer expanded her real estate reach in 2013 with the purchase of an ultraprivate $10 million home in the Hamptons. The 8,660-square-foot property features eight bedrooms, as well as a pool, sauna, steam room, home theater, and play areas for her twins. Lopez still owns this home.
Does Jimmy Buffett have a house in the Hamptons? ›
Buffett, who has owned a seven-plus-acre waterfront compound in the Hamptons since the mid-1990s, also holds the titles to a getaway on the Caribbean Island of St.How much is a Hamptons beach house? ›
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162 White Pine Canyon, Park City Utah. Located in The Colony at White Pine Canyon, this spectacular three-story, 9,863 square foot home is aptly named GrandView Lodge.Does Scott Disick have a house in the Hamptons? ›
Disick has shown the house off in Architectural Digest, on his ex-partner Kourtney Kardashian's family show "Keeping Up with the Kardashians," and on his Instagram account as well. The dwelling is large for a single man: The home is 8,100 square feet that sits on 1.35 acres.Where is Kim Kardashian Hidden Hills house? ›
24895 Long Valley Rd, Hidden Hills, CA 91302 is currently not for sale. The 15,667 Square Feet single family home is a 8 beds, 10 baths property. This home was built in 2012 and last sold on 2021-09-27 for $20,000,000. View more property details, sales history, and Zestimate data on Zillow.Does Martha Stewart have a Hamptons house? ›
Stewart bought the home in 1990 for $1.7 million, so the latest sale represents nearly 900% appreciation. “It was the oldest house on the block and a total wreck,” she said in a story about the home on her website. “I decided I had to have it.”What famous people live in Sag Harbor? ›
- Paul Batista.
- Henry Billings.
- Jack Bishop.
- Howard Blum.
- Annie Cooper Boyd.
- Christie Brinkley.
- Don Brinkley.
- Alexander Brook.
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Antilia in Mumbai, India
The 27-story home owned by business magnate Mukesh Ambani is estimated to cost between $1 and $2 billion. Chicago-based architects Perkins and Will designed the structure to withstand extreme earthquakes by making each floor the same height as a two-storied building.
Among the billionaires undeterred by the economy last year was Oracle cofounder Larry Ellison who, after just missing 2021's most expensive home sales list, topped the list in 2022 with the purchase of Netscape cofounder Jim Clark's 16-acre compound in Manalapan, Florida for $173 million.
What is the hottest real estate in the USA? ›
The hottest housing markets include those markets in North Carolina, Colorado and Texas that were also popular during the pandemic, including Raleigh and Durham, Denver and Austin. Markets to watch that improved the most between November and December 2022 include Portland, Oregon, Richmond, Virginia, and St. Louis.Where is the hottest real estate in the US? ›
Raleigh is #1 hottest real estate market in the US, Durham is #3, according to 2023 rankings. RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — Raleigh is currently the hottest real estate market in the country, according to a new ranking from the U.S. News & World Report.What are the top 5 most expensive houses? ›
- Holme, London. ...
- Buckingham Palace, London. ...
- Antilia, Mumbai. ...
- Villa Leopolda, France. ...
- Witanhurst, London. ...
- Villa Les Cèdres, French Riviera. ...
- Fairfield Mansion, New York. ...
- Kensington Palace (9a), London.
San Francisco, California
The average home price is a staggering $1.5 million in San Francisco, according to the Cost of Living Index, and the median home value is the highest among the 11 most expensive cities in the U.S.
- 1: The White House, Washington, D.C. ...
- 2: The Biltmore Estate, Asheville, North Carolina. ...
- 3: 1892 Bishop's Palace, Galveston, Texas. ...
- 4: Graceland, Memphis, Tennessee. ...
- 5: Hearst Castle, San Simeon, California. ...
- 6: Monticello, Charlottesville, Virginia. ...
- 7: George Washington's House, Mount Vernon, Virginia.
The most overvalued markets to purchase a home tend to be in California, but also include Seattle, Washington, and “Zoom towns” such as Boise, Idaho, and Greeley, Colorado. The most overvalued markets to rent a home are mostly found in California and Florida.What famous person lives in the Hamptons? ›
Each and every summer, celebrities flock to the Hamptons. Jennifer Lopez, Diddy, Madonna, Gwyneth Paltrow, Kelly Ripa and Sarah Jessica Parker are just a few of the many stars who own property on Long Island's East End, a star-studded stretch of beautiful beaches, unbeatable landscapes and exorbitantly expensive homes.Where do the rich and famous live in the Hamptons? ›
Unless you're in Sag Harbor, that is, which is on the bay but posh. The towns of Water Mill, Bridgehampton, Sagaponack, Wainscott and Amagansett are likewise impeccably credentialed, with Southampton and East Hampton reigning as sister queens.Who lives on Further Lane East Hampton? ›
100 Further Lane is situated on three acres in prestigious East Hampton. This iconic Norman Jaffe home sits on the notable street, Further Lane, which is situated across the street from the old Bouvier House- the previous home of Jacqueline Bouvier and the Kennedy Family.How much is the average Hamptons house? ›
In December 2022, the median listing home price in East Hampton, NY was $2M, trending up 2.1% year-over-year. The median listing home price per square foot was $930. The median home sold price was $2.2M.
What famous people have houses in Montauk? ›
Montauk's Windmill House is hands down one of the East End's most Instagrammable properties. Built in the 1800s, it's been home to various celebrities over the years, including Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller, Kurt Vonnegut and Terence Stamp. The six-bedroom home is currently on the market for $1.9 million.