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The 10 highest-priced properties for sale in the Hamptons

$145M to $55M

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We've had some stunningly priced new properties hit the market in recent months, so we thought we'd take a look at the ultra-high end of the Hamptons real estate market.

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La Dune, $145M

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This amazing property, with links to Stanford White, includes two buildings with 22,000 square feet of space. There are 22 bedrooms in all and 21 bathrooms. Set on almost four acres, there’s 400 feet of bulkheaded oceanfront.

Briar Patch, $140M

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Briar Patch has been on the market since November 2014 with no pricechops. There’s 11.2 acres of land and a gorgeous old house all on Georgica Pond.

Murray Place, $110M

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Two French chateau-style homes, six acres on the ocean in the fabulous Murray-McDonnell Compound, and 200 feet of oceanfront. There's 13,800 square feet of space in all. Too rich for your blood? The houses are available separately.

Lily Pond Lane, $75M

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1.8 acres of oceanfront land with pretty gardens, a house, pool, pool/guest house, and tennis court. The house, which needs updating, offers six bedrooms in all.

Burnt Point, $75M

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A massive 24 acres right on Georgica Pond, Burnt Point also includes a large house by Francis Fleetwood. It previously was asking $95M.

Villa Maria, $72M

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Beautiful Villa Maria has been on and off the market since 2011. For 15 acres plus the 11-bedroom, 15.5-bathroom, 22,000sf house, the asking price is $72M.

Normandy House, $65M

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Normandy House is a grand old Southampton mansion by Polhemus & Coffin. It hit the market in 2010 asking $39M; it finally sold in September 2013 for $28M. The property returned to the market after extensive renovations and redecoration.

Parsonage Lane, Sagaponack, $59.9M

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16 acres of land, most of which is reserve, including three buildings. $60M for nonoceanfront is a stretch, which is why this place has been on the market for two years now.

Lake Agawam, $59M

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This 15 acre property, currently sporting an 80s contemporary, comprises four separate building lots: six acres are planted with special grasses to create golf fairways. Each of the lots is also available separately.

Old Montauk Highway, Montauk, $55M

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35.5 acres of oceanfront land, right next to Eothen, with a strange, probably teardown house. The property previously was asking $50M, and has had the price increased by $5M.

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La Dune, $145M

This amazing property, with links to Stanford White, includes two buildings with 22,000 square feet of space. There are 22 bedrooms in all and 21 bathrooms. Set on almost four acres, there’s 400 feet of bulkheaded oceanfront.

Briar Patch, $140M

Briar Patch has been on the market since November 2014 with no pricechops. There’s 11.2 acres of land and a gorgeous old house all on Georgica Pond.

Murray Place, $110M

Two French chateau-style homes, six acres on the ocean in the fabulous Murray-McDonnell Compound, and 200 feet of oceanfront. There's 13,800 square feet of space in all. Too rich for your blood? The houses are available separately.

Lily Pond Lane, $75M

1.8 acres of oceanfront land with pretty gardens, a house, pool, pool/guest house, and tennis court. The house, which needs updating, offers six bedrooms in all.

Burnt Point, $75M

A massive 24 acres right on Georgica Pond, Burnt Point also includes a large house by Francis Fleetwood. It previously was asking $95M.

Villa Maria, $72M

Beautiful Villa Maria has been on and off the market since 2011. For 15 acres plus the 11-bedroom, 15.5-bathroom, 22,000sf house, the asking price is $72M.

Normandy House, $65M

Normandy House is a grand old Southampton mansion by Polhemus & Coffin. It hit the market in 2010 asking $39M; it finally sold in September 2013 for $28M. The property returned to the market after extensive renovations and redecoration.

Parsonage Lane, Sagaponack, $59.9M

16 acres of land, most of which is reserve, including three buildings. $60M for nonoceanfront is a stretch, which is why this place has been on the market for two years now.

Lake Agawam, $59M

This 15 acre property, currently sporting an 80s contemporary, comprises four separate building lots: six acres are planted with special grasses to create golf fairways. Each of the lots is also available separately.

Old Montauk Highway, Montauk, $55M

35.5 acres of oceanfront land, right next to Eothen, with a strange, probably teardown house. The property previously was asking $50M, and has had the price increased by $5M.