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$65M Estate Threatens to Set Hamptons Real Estate Record

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Slowdown, schmodown! That ritzy sliver of the world known as the Hamptons has kinged its newest most expensive home: a 33-acre Sagaponack estate asking $65M. Such a figure is $10M more than the area's next priciest listing—Bridgehampton's famed Two Trees Farm, which hit the market for $75M a couple of years ago but now asks $55M.

Owned by former Goldman Sachs executive Robert Hurst, the shingle-style eight-bedroom has a limestone entry hall, screened-in porch with a grill, wood-paneled library, and six fireplaces over 11,000 square feet. Also on the property, which sits on Sagg Pond and has views of the ocean, are tennis courts and a heated pool with a waterslide. The brokerbabble suggests you "[m]eander through fresh fields of soft grasses"—which is probably just the sort of therapy one would need after dropping such a mind-bending quantity of money. Curbed Hamptons points out that if it sells for ask, it would set a record for residential real estate on the East End. Head over for more photos and a video.

· 33-Acre Sagaponack Estate Hits the Market Asking $33M [Curbed Hamptons]
· 33 Acres of Privacy for $65 Million [New York Times]