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Sagaponack Estate Breaks Hamptons’ Real Estate Record

A stunning Long Island estate may be set to make history in the Hamptons, according to ""Curbed.com"":http://curbed.com/archives/2012/06/25/65m-estate-threatens-to-set-hamptons-real-estate-record.php.


The 33-acre listing in Sagaponack, New York, was recently put on the market for $65 million, making it the most expensive property for sale in the area.

The complex is currently owned by Robert Hurst of Goldman Sachs fame, and the 11,000-square foot home is said to boast amenities befitting a Wall Street tycoon, including six fireplaces and an elaborate library. The surrounding grounds also feature must-haves like private tennis courts and a heated pool with a waterslide.

Previously, tony Two Trees Farm held the top spot as the region's priciest listing, but the asking price for the Bridgehampton pad has been reduced to $55 million off of its original listing price of $75 million.

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