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The master suites of the most expensive Hamptons homes

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But which one is the most extravagant?


Curbed has discussed the most expensive homes in the Hamptons many times. But in talking about them, the conversation usually revolves around the price point, and the question of whether or not the home (or any home, for that matter) could be worth that much money.

But instead, Curbed is going to take a closer look at the master suites that are in the most expensive homes up for sale in the Hamptons right now. And a new questions will arise: Which one do you want to spend your time in?

“La Dune” Gin Lane, Southampton: $145,000,000


What is officially the most expensive home in the Hamptons has a whopping 22,000-square-foot interior, with 22 bedrooms, 21 full bathrooms, two half bathrooms, sits on 3.7 acres of land, with 400 feet of bulkhead beachfront.

The master suite on this estate isn’t just your typical bedroom with ensuite bathroom, and maybe an office or sitting room thrown in there.

This master suite has a full living room, two over-sized bathrooms, and a large walk-in closet which the listing more appropriately describes as a “dressing room.” Of particular interest is the elevated soaking bath, which probably overlooks the ocean, by the looks of it.

It looks like it also has a private balcony off the master bedroom.

Briar Patch, East Hampton Village: $140,000,000

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The Briar Patch estate that’s a mere $5 million less than “La Dune” sits at 10,300-square-feet on just over 11 acres of lane, with 10 bedrooms between the main house and the second residence, and nine-and a-half bathrooms. Oh, and the living room is three-stories high.

Surprisingly, the listing doesn’t have a whole lot of information on the master suite, but it has a water view and a sitting area.

33 Lily Pond Lane, East Hampton: $75,000,000


The six bedroom, eight bathroom Lily Pond Lane home is actually the smallest one featured in this list, at 7,000-square-feet. The lot size is just under two acres in size, and the home includes the only lighted tennis court in East Hampton Village.

What’s incredible about this master suite is actually the view of the water. This is the only master suite featured with the view that’s offered in this master suite. Yes, every master suite here has water views. That’s kind of expected of them, being the most expensive homes in the Hamptons.

But this master suite has a complete, panoramic, unobstructed view of the water—and the homeowner will be looking at it through a wall made of windows.

Villa Maria, Water Mill: $72,000,000


The 20,000-square-foot villa in Water Mill (which, by the way, could really only be described as a villa—the home feels more like Tuscany than Water Mill, but that’s beside the point) has 11 bedrooms and 12.5 bathrooms on 15 acres of land.

The mater suite in particular has six rooms to it. Six! The bedroom looks right out to the water and has at least two fireplaces between the bedroom and the sitting room/office alone. While a six-room master suite may seem excessive to some, someone out there is dreaming about spending their entire day in that suite alone.


Which master suite would you want to spend your days in?

This poll is closed

  • 43%
    "La Dune" Gin Lane
    (36 votes)
  • 3%
    Briar Patch
    (3 votes)
  • 16%
    33 Lily Pond Lane
    (14 votes)
  • 36%
    Villa Maria
    (30 votes)
83 votes total Vote Now