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The most expensive Hamptons homes sold in the first week of March

These homes found owners

48 Bridle Path

This single-family home is the first on our list for the most expensive homes sold for the first week of March, sold at just under the million-dollar mark.

Neighborhood: Westhampton Beach
Listed at: $1,175,000
Sold for: $995,000
Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms: 3
Features: Heated pool, two-car garage, full basement, fireplace.

28 Hildreth Street

But we were not going to stay under $1 million for too long, were we? This home was sold for $2.6 million -- a tad more expensive than other homes in the area.

Neighborhood: Sag Harbor
Listed at: $2,695,000
Sold for: $2,600,000
Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms: 5.5
Features: Open floor plan, newly finished lower level, heated gunite pool, close to Sag Harbor and Bridgehampton.

762 Edge of Woods Road

Even though the second most expensive home on our list sold for over $3 million, it sold for less than nearby homes in the area. It was on the market for about a year and a half.

Neighborhood: Water Mill
Listed at: $3,900,000
Sold for: $3,300,000
Bedrooms: 6
Bathrooms: 6.5
Features: Tennis court, breakfast nook, library, laundry room, gunite pool, fireplace.

78 Pantigo Road

And finally the most expensive home to sell in the first week of March is a 4,700-square -foot single-family home. It was on the market for about five months.

Neighborhood: East Hampton
Listed at: $4,825,000
Sold for: $4,137,000
Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms: 5.5
Features: Close to town, fireplace, coffered ceilings, stone patio, heated gunite pool, eat-in kitchen, two-car garage.