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Top Five Lavish Listings In The Hamptons

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Main Street estate. COURTESY OF CORCORAN

Main Street estate. COURTESY OF CORCORAN

The grotto. COURTESY SOTHEBY'S INTERNATIONAL REALTY

The grotto. COURTESY SOTHEBY'S INTERNATIONAL REALTY

Movable wall. COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

Movable wall. COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

Spiral staircase COURTESY OF CORCORAN

Spiral staircase COURTESY OF CORCORAN

The parlor. COURTESY OF BROWN HARRIS STEVENS

The parlor. COURTESY OF BROWN HARRIS STEVENS 238 Main St, Sag Harbor, NY

author on Oct 7, 2015
Every so often, we like to tour some amazing homes in the Hamptons that we can admire from afar—like trying on wedding dresses with friends when you’re all extremely single.... more

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