Each week we pick a different theme—a village, a price point, an amenity, etc.—in East End real estate and round up the top five homes on the market that fit the bill. As the year comes to a close, we take a look back on a few of our favorite Real Estate Top Fives of 2015.
A notable architect, a famous resident or a big event can all contribute to what makes a particular Hamptons house historic. Each of the properties in this quintet, listed on the market in 2015, helps tell the Hamptons’ story. A barn, a former church and Andy Warhol’s Montauk pad made the list. READ MORE
Montauk was the it place in 2015, and not just on Long Island. The easternmost Hamptons hamlet was the subject of international fascination. With all this attention, real estate prices there are on the rise. Earlier this year, we rounded up five properties that are relatives bargains. READ MORE
Bridgehampton is the Hamptons’ horse country, offering fabulous vistas and no shortage of luxury homes. These five residences on the market now are listed for $7 million or slightly less and each includes a pool and offers something unique. READ MORE
North Sea is a great Hamptons community for enjoying peace and quiet, plus it offers properties on or close to beautiful North Sea Harbor and Little Peconic Bay. It really is a boater’s paradise. These five properties on the market now, at various price points, give an idea of why North Sea is such a wonderful place to live, whether seasonally or year-round. READ MORE
Sure, the Hamptons has the best beaches, world-class arts, delicious wine and seafood—and don’t forget those picturesque farms. But let’s admit it: the Hamptons wouldn’t be the Hamptons without the glamour of celebrity—those famous residents who give this beautiful place a certain special sparkle. And how better to capture that Hamptons sizzle then to literally make it your own—by owning or renting a piece of celebrity real estate right here. READ MORE