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Mapping the 10 largest Hamptons homes for sale right now

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For East End real estate, more is more. So we’ve mapped the 10 largest homes in the Hamptons, starting with the massive 23,000-square-foot new build at 6 Olde Towne Lane in Southampton, and leading all the way down to a 15,000-square-foot Bridgehampton home.

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6 Olde Towne Lane, Southampton: 23,000 sq. ft.

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The largest home that’s currently for sale in the Hamptons is a whopping 23,000 square feet in size with 10 bedrooms and nine bathrooms on three stories. “Summer House” features six fireplaces, an indoor basketball court, a pool, tennis court, and an elevator.

The listing price is $34.95 million.

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Villa Maria, Water Mill: 20,000 sq. ft.

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The historic Villa Maria is tied with the next three on our list as well, all at 20,000 square feet. On over 11 acres of bayfront land, the home has 11 bedrooms, 12.5 bathrooms, and 784 feet of bulkheaded waterfront on Mecox Bay.

The entire compound is listed for $72 million.

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939 Scuttle Hole Road, Water Mill: 20,000 sq. ft.

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Located on a whopping 60 acres in Bridgehampton, the living space on Three Ponds Farm spans 20,000 square feet with eight bedrooms, 10 full bathrooms, and three half-bathrooms. The manor home is located on an 18-hole golf course with pro shop, grass tennis court, rose garden, two three-car garages, and a caretaker’s house.

The property is listed for $60 million.

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90 Jule Pond Drive, Water Mill: 20,000 sq. ft.

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The Henry Ford Estate—the most expensive home currently for sale in the Hamptons—not only has a massive home on the 42-acre property, but it has three different types of water frontage: ocean, bay, and pond. In addition, it has more linear feet of oceanfront than any other private Hamptons residence, spanning 1,286 feet.

The asking price is $175 million.

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1080 Meadow Lane, Southampton: 20,000 sq. ft.

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Not too far behind the Henry Ford Estate in asking price, this Meadow Lane compound stands on 14 acres of land with 700 feet of ocean frontage. The main residence is 12,000 square feet, but altogether the living space combines to 20,000 square feet.

The listing price is $150 million.

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172 Cedar Street, East Hampton: 18,000 sq. ft.

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Built in 2008, this East Hampton compound spans 23 acres of land between 11 parcels, with the main house standing 18,000 square feet,

The asking price is $35 million.

80 Meadowmere Lane, Southampton: 16,705 sq. ft.

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This pondfront estate was built in 2012 and has nearly 17,000 square feet of living space with nine bedrooms and 11.5 bathrooms. Sited on over three acres of land, there’s 110 feet of direct water frontage.

The asking price is $37.5 million.

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55 Cox Neck Road, Mattituck: 16,000 sq. ft.

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While Mattituck isn’t considered to be a part of the Hamptons, we thought we’d include this estate in the list as sort of an honorable mention. The main house stands 16,000 square feet, but the 12-acre property also features an equestrian facility.

The asking price is $32 million.

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9 Olde Towne Lane, Southampton: 15,500 sq. ft.

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The oceanview Twin Peaks estate in Southampton has 10 bedrooms and 14.5 bathrooms in 15,500 square feet of living space, spread out between three levels. Built in 2015, the estate was designed by John Kean and is fully furnished.

The asking price is $39.5 million.

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106 Halsey Lane, Bridgehampton: 15,000 sq. ft.

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The smallest home among the largest stands 15,000 square feet—which is almost six times the size of the average 2,600-square-foot American home. It’s set on nearly three acres of land, and has 11 bedrooms, a pool, and a tennis court.

The asking price is $8.45 million—making it the least expensive home featured.

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6 Olde Towne Lane, Southampton: 23,000 sq. ft.

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The largest home that’s currently for sale in the Hamptons is a whopping 23,000 square feet in size with 10 bedrooms and nine bathrooms on three stories. “Summer House” features six fireplaces, an indoor basketball court, a pool, tennis court, and an elevator.

The listing price is $34.95 million.

Photo courtesy of Tim Davis for Corcoran

Villa Maria, Water Mill: 20,000 sq. ft.

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The historic Villa Maria is tied with the next three on our list as well, all at 20,000 square feet. On over 11 acres of bayfront land, the home has 11 bedrooms, 12.5 bathrooms, and 784 feet of bulkheaded waterfront on Mecox Bay.

The entire compound is listed for $72 million.

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939 Scuttle Hole Road, Water Mill: 20,000 sq. ft.

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Located on a whopping 60 acres in Bridgehampton, the living space on Three Ponds Farm spans 20,000 square feet with eight bedrooms, 10 full bathrooms, and three half-bathrooms. The manor home is located on an 18-hole golf course with pro shop, grass tennis court, rose garden, two three-car garages, and a caretaker’s house.

The property is listed for $60 million.

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90 Jule Pond Drive, Water Mill: 20,000 sq. ft.

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The Henry Ford Estate—the most expensive home currently for sale in the Hamptons—not only has a massive home on the 42-acre property, but it has three different types of water frontage: ocean, bay, and pond. In addition, it has more linear feet of oceanfront than any other private Hamptons residence, spanning 1,286 feet.

The asking price is $175 million.

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1080 Meadow Lane, Southampton: 20,000 sq. ft.

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Not too far behind the Henry Ford Estate in asking price, this Meadow Lane compound stands on 14 acres of land with 700 feet of ocean frontage. The main residence is 12,000 square feet, but altogether the living space combines to 20,000 square feet.

The listing price is $150 million.

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172 Cedar Street, East Hampton: 18,000 sq. ft.

Built in 2008, this East Hampton compound spans 23 acres of land between 11 parcels, with the main house standing 18,000 square feet,

The asking price is $35 million.

80 Meadowmere Lane, Southampton: 16,705 sq. ft.

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This pondfront estate was built in 2012 and has nearly 17,000 square feet of living space with nine bedrooms and 11.5 bathrooms. Sited on over three acres of land, there’s 110 feet of direct water frontage.

The asking price is $37.5 million.

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55 Cox Neck Road, Mattituck: 16,000 sq. ft.

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While Mattituck isn’t considered to be a part of the Hamptons, we thought we’d include this estate in the list as sort of an honorable mention. The main house stands 16,000 square feet, but the 12-acre property also features an equestrian facility.

The asking price is $32 million.

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9 Olde Towne Lane, Southampton: 15,500 sq. ft.

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The oceanview Twin Peaks estate in Southampton has 10 bedrooms and 14.5 bathrooms in 15,500 square feet of living space, spread out between three levels. Built in 2015, the estate was designed by John Kean and is fully furnished.

The asking price is $39.5 million.

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106 Halsey Lane, Bridgehampton: 15,000 sq. ft.

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The smallest home among the largest stands 15,000 square feet—which is almost six times the size of the average 2,600-square-foot American home. It’s set on nearly three acres of land, and has 11 bedrooms, a pool, and a tennis court.

The asking price is $8.45 million—making it the least expensive home featured.

Photo courtesy of Saunders