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Two Bridgehampton Homes Sell For $13 Million Each

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510 Halsey Lane, Bridgehampton

510 Halsey Lane, Bridgehampton

author on Dec 13, 2016

In Bridgehampton last week, 13 was not an unlucky number, as two properties in the hamlet—of course, both south of the highway—were reported sold, one for $13 million and the other for just a sliver more.

Leading the way was a house sold to a buyer identified as 510 Halsey LLC, who paid $13,050,000. The just-constructed, 10,570-square-foot dwelling has 8 bedrooms and 12.5 baths, continuing a recent trend of bathrooms outnumbering bedrooms. The large living room has a fireplace and floor-to-ceiling glass doors that open to a blue stone patio.

Also within the residence are a formal dining room and a paneled library, both with fireplaces, and a 1,000-square-foot master suite with a sitting room, fireplace, and private terrace. The finished basement features a media room, wine cellar, gym and recreation room. Outside the house can be found a pool with a pavilion, spa, and a tennis court. Also of interest is geothermal heat with a solar-assist power plant.

For $50,000 less a buyer could have purchased a home on Sams Creek Road. That’s just what a limited liability company going under the name Ariston Thalassa did, for an even and unsuperstitious $13 million. The barn-like residence houses 12,000 square feet, with 8 bedrooms and 9.5 baths. Among the appealing amenities are vaulted ceilings and what are described as “massive” windows, a great room with walls of windows, gourmet kitchen, a “floating nautical style staircase” (for those who don’t get seasick climbing stairs), and a master suite with a glass sitting area. There are also a home theater, glass-walled fitness studio, a 2-bedroom guest suite, and even a billiards room.

Oh yes, there was one other multi-million-dollar transaction reported in Bridgehampton last week. Sorry, though, at a paltry $3,350,000 for a property on Fair Hills Lane, it just doesn’t make our cut.

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