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Recapping the 10 highest home sales in the Hamptons for 2017

With the priciest being a Gin Lane home for $31M

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As 2017 officially came to a close last week and we ushered in the new year, we’re taking a look back at the priciest home sales in the Hamptons from last year, thanks to some data provided to us by Property Shark.

The highest home sale of 2017 went to the oceanfront carriage house at 328 Gin Lane in Southampton, which sold for a whopping $31 million. Other notable transactions include the the home that Hillary and Bill Clinton rented a few years ago, and the iconic East Hampton Pond House.

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328 Gin Lane, Southampton: $31M

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Topping the charts this year was the $31 million sale of a Gin Lane carriage house in Southampton. The home from 1950 stands just 2,500 square feet with four bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms—but it’s on nearly three acres of oceanfront land in one of the most expensive and sought-after locations in the Hamptons.

211 Lily Pond Lane, East Hampton: $29M

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This iconic oceanfront home in East Hampton made headlines for being the home that Hillary and Bill Clinton rented back in 2011 and 2012. The second-highest selling home this year finally closed for $29 million, after being in contract for nearly two years.

7 Olde Towne Lane, Southampton: $26M

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This 11,500-square-foot new construction—known as the Tower House—has a whopping 10 bedrooms and 13.5 bathrooms. Sited on four acres of south-of-the-highway land, the estate is home to six fireplaces, an encased wine room, a pool, and a tennis court—among many amenities.

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81 Briar Patch Road, East Hampton: $26M

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The famous Pond House made headlines earlier this year when power couple Beyoncé and Jay-Z purchased the Georgica section estate for nearly $26 million. Originally constructed by Stanford White and renovated over a three-year period by Jeffrey Collé, the 12,000-square-foot estate was on the market for eight years before finally selling.

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32 Middle Lane, East Hampton: $25M

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After coming on the market in 2012 for $38.5 million, the home finally sold this past year for a bit less than it was originally asking—and still made the top 10 highest home sales of the year. The 5.5-acre property actually runs all the way to its southern neighbor, the fabled Further Lane.

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1510 Meadow Lane, Southampton: $24.6M

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Our list wouldn’t be complete without a sale on the famed Meadow Lane in Southampton. Built in 2000, this 5,500-square-foot home sits oceanfront on nearly three acres of land and features six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and views of both the ocean and Shinnecock Bay.

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500 Captains Neck Lane, Southampton: $24M

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Built in 1910, this massive 13,000-square-foot estate is located on 6.6 acres of waterfront land, located on a creek that navigates to Shinnecock Bay and the ocean. The incredible home went into contract after being on the market for just three months.

101 Pheasant Lane, Southampton: $24M

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Pizza heir Anthony Sbarro built this Southampton estate in 2016 and listed it for a whopping $32 million, after having purchased the property for $10.26 million. He built it with the intentions of keeping it for himself, but ending up buying a different waterfront property—so he put this one up for sale.

500 Old Town Road, Southampton: $22.15M

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After listing for $27.9 million in 2016, this 11,000-square-foot estate sold in December of 2017. The newly built custom home has seven bedrooms and a total of 11 bathrooms.

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1285 Flying Point Road, Water Mill: $20.5M

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Built in 2014, this 3,592-square-foot home as four bedrooms and four bathrooms on an acre and a half of bulkheaded oceanfront land. Features of this modern home include a heated pool, beach rights, and a pool house.

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328 Gin Lane, Southampton: $31M

Topping the charts this year was the $31 million sale of a Gin Lane carriage house in Southampton. The home from 1950 stands just 2,500 square feet with four bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms—but it’s on nearly three acres of oceanfront land in one of the most expensive and sought-after locations in the Hamptons.

211 Lily Pond Lane, East Hampton: $29M

This iconic oceanfront home in East Hampton made headlines for being the home that Hillary and Bill Clinton rented back in 2011 and 2012. The second-highest selling home this year finally closed for $29 million, after being in contract for nearly two years.

7 Olde Towne Lane, Southampton: $26M

Photo courtesy of Corcoran

This 11,500-square-foot new construction—known as the Tower House—has a whopping 10 bedrooms and 13.5 bathrooms. Sited on four acres of south-of-the-highway land, the estate is home to six fireplaces, an encased wine room, a pool, and a tennis court—among many amenities.

Photo courtesy of Corcoran

81 Briar Patch Road, East Hampton: $26M

Photo courtesy of Compass

The famous Pond House made headlines earlier this year when power couple Beyoncé and Jay-Z purchased the Georgica section estate for nearly $26 million. Originally constructed by Stanford White and renovated over a three-year period by Jeffrey Collé, the 12,000-square-foot estate was on the market for eight years before finally selling.

Photo courtesy of Compass

32 Middle Lane, East Hampton: $25M

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After coming on the market in 2012 for $38.5 million, the home finally sold this past year for a bit less than it was originally asking—and still made the top 10 highest home sales of the year. The 5.5-acre property actually runs all the way to its southern neighbor, the fabled Further Lane.

Photo courtesy of Douglas Elliman

1510 Meadow Lane, Southampton: $24.6M

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Our list wouldn’t be complete without a sale on the famed Meadow Lane in Southampton. Built in 2000, this 5,500-square-foot home sits oceanfront on nearly three acres of land and features six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and views of both the ocean and Shinnecock Bay.

Google Maps

500 Captains Neck Lane, Southampton: $24M

Built in 1910, this massive 13,000-square-foot estate is located on 6.6 acres of waterfront land, located on a creek that navigates to Shinnecock Bay and the ocean. The incredible home went into contract after being on the market for just three months.

101 Pheasant Lane, Southampton: $24M

Pizza heir Anthony Sbarro built this Southampton estate in 2016 and listed it for a whopping $32 million, after having purchased the property for $10.26 million. He built it with the intentions of keeping it for himself, but ending up buying a different waterfront property—so he put this one up for sale.

500 Old Town Road, Southampton: $22.15M

Photo courtesy of Bespoke Real Estate

After listing for $27.9 million in 2016, this 11,000-square-foot estate sold in December of 2017. The newly built custom home has seven bedrooms and a total of 11 bathrooms.

Photo courtesy of Bespoke Real Estate

1285 Flying Point Road, Water Mill: $20.5M

Photo courtesy of Corcoran

Built in 2014, this 3,592-square-foot home as four bedrooms and four bathrooms on an acre and a half of bulkheaded oceanfront land. Features of this modern home include a heated pool, beach rights, and a pool house.

Photo courtesy of Corcoran