Ah, the Hamptons, where a crummy teardown shack can cost you $8 million. None of the houses on our list are crummy teardown shacks, but some of them are definitely overpriced. $75 million for non-oceanfront property? Good luck with that. $65 million for six acres in North Haven? Sorry, not even if the seller (a Mr. Richard Gere) personally massages our feet every night for a year. Cody House, the most expensive property on the list, is also available at a money-saving $50 million with fewer acres. We left the $48 million Wooldon Manor off the list as it is currently in contract, proof that if you don't ridiculously overprice your property, you can sell it quickly.Read More
The Ten Most Insanely Expensive Houses in the Hamptons
Cody House, $75M
You get 7 bedrooms, 6 full baths in 7500sf on 5.42 acres. Also now available for $50M with 2.7 acres.
Richard Gere's house offers 12 bedrooms, 12 full baths, 12,000sf, and 6.30 acres.
315 Rose Hill Road, $58.5M
8 bedrooms, 10.5 baths, 20,000sf on 4.04 acres.
Three Ponds Farm, $55M
8 bedrooms, 10 full baths, 3 partial baths, 20,000, 60 acres. Price "on request." Was $68M at one time; last reported to be $55M or so.
Two Trees Farm, $55M
4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathroom, 2500sf, 115 acres.
31 Bridge Lane, $55M
8 bedrooms, 8.5 bathrooms, 11,700sf, 33 acres.
Villa Maria, $49.5M
11 bedrooms, 15.5 bathrooms, 22,000sf, 7.6 acres.
Squabble Lane, $45.5M
7 beds, 9 baths, 6700sf, 4.5 acres.
38 Two Mile Hollow Road, $45M
8 bedrooms, 9.5 bathrooms, 8,000sf, 3 acres.
12 bedrooms, 12.5 baths, 18,000sf, 10 acres.