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Orient’s most expensive listing finds a buyer

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The 27-acre compound was most recently listed for $10M

In August of 2017, the most expensive listing in the North Fork’s Orient Point came on the market for $10 million. After over a year for sale with no change in price, the 27-acre waterfront compound has found a buyer and is currently in contract.

The property has 500 feet of private water frontage on the Sound and a 5,700-square-foot shingled home, built in 2003. The home offers six bedrooms—including two first-floor master suites—four and a half bathrooms, three fireplaces throughout, high ceilings, and custom molding.

Outside, there’s also a two-bedroom guest cottage, a pool, a pool house, a tennis court, and a three-car garage.

While the South Fork has more expensive—and typically more desirable—real estate due to its ocean proximity, it would be impossible to find 27 waterfront acres for $10 million in the Hamptons. This Orient property is a great opportunity for someone to escape and find total privacy on the East End.

Corcoran’s Sheri Winter Clarry represents the listing.

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