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Dune Road In Quogue Named Most Expensive Street In The Hamptons

authorStaff Writer on Sep 7, 2022

Dune Road, specifically the stretch in the Village of Quogue, has been named the most expensive street in the Hamptons in PropertyShark’s annual ranking.

Property Shark found that Dune Road, which runs east and west from Hampton Bays to West Hampton Dunes on a narrow barrier island separating the ocean from the bays, has a median sales price of $10.95 million for a single-family home in Quogue, with a top sales price of $17.5 million in the first half of 2022

PropertyShark only took into consideration streets where at least three sales occurred in the first half of the year and divided up streets that span multiple zip codes. As such, the West Hampton Dunes stretch of Dune Road is No. 5 at $4.23 million, and the Westhampton Beach stretch ranks No. 9 at $3.26 million.

No. 2 is Marine Boulevard in Amagansett at $8.93 million, and Bluff Road, also in Amagansett, comes in at No. 3 at $6.67 million.

Sag Harbor shows up on the list with Bittersweet Lane at No. 4 for $5.42 million. Southampton Village appears with Hill Street at No. 6 for $3.99 million.

East Hampton’s Three Mile Harbor Drive is No. 7 at $4.43 million, Gerard Drive is No. 8 at $3.35 million and Middle Highway completes the list as No. 10 at $2.5 million.

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