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New Build on Dune Road in Quogue Gets $11.75 Million

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The new build by George Vickers at 98 Dune Road in Quogue sold for $11.75 million.  LPG/COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

The new build by George Vickers at 98 Dune Road in Quogue sold for $11.75 million. LPG/COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

The new build by George Vickers at 98 Dune Road in Quogue sold for $11.75 million.  LPG/COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

The new build by George Vickers at 98 Dune Road in Quogue sold for $11.75 million. LPG/COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

authorStaff Writer on Nov 8, 2022
A new build on the oceanfront in Quogue has sold for $11.75 million, according to Douglas Elliman Real Estate, which reported that the deal closed on October 11, just two... more

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