The Hamptons 10

Hughes, C. J.
June 2013
Real Deal: New York Real Estate;Jun2013, Vol. 11 Issue 6, p62
The article offers information on the 10 priciest homes in New York sold from 2012-2013 ranged from $17.5 to $45 million. It states that No. 58, a three-bedroom home, and No. 54, a four-bedroom house, located at the Pond in East Hampton were sold for a total of $45 million. It mentions that Edgefield, a 12,500-square-foot spec house located at 329 Highland Terrace in Bridgehampton was sold for $18.5 million. INSET: The Hamptons' top listings.


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