This $150M Property Is the Most Expensive in the Hamptons



A $150M property on Meadow Lane is the most expensive in the Hamptons.Occupying more than 14 acres of prime oceanfront on Meadow Lane in Southampton, this 4-property parcel is now the most expensive offering in the Hamptons, asking $150M.

The sellers—outed by the New York Post as Goldman Sachs exec Michael Evans and his wife, Lise—paid a total of $115M to assemble the parcel, which consists of 3 oceanfront and 1 bayfront property. There are a total of 5 houses on the property including a 12,000-square-foot main residence, which features an indoor pool. Additionally, the property includes an outdoor pool, pool house, 2 golf greens and 3 private walkways to the ocean. Despite all this, listing agent Harald Grant of Sotheby's International Realty speculates that the next owner will not live in any of the houses on the property. “Anyone who spends this kind of money for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity is going to want to build a home that they can identify with,” he told the Post.

There are 2 golf greens and golf houses.

One of the 2 golf greens.

There are 3 private walkways to the beach.

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95 West Road, Canton, CT
Enchanting country home/studio/gallery estate of 6,500-square-foot, nestled on 12.3 private acres. Enjoy magnificent views of gardens & specimen trees in sunny, open home with carved stone Italian fireplace, French doors to terrace, koi pond, & stone paths. Steps from the 3,000 SF home is 1,500 SF Studio with walls of windows, sky lights, and radiant heat in floor. Adjacent is 1900 SF Gallery. Buildings have drive-in access, loading docks, 12' walls, cathedral ceilings, concrete floors, air conditioning, and track lighting. Come golf, fly fish, kayak, hike, ski. $1,225,000

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