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$43.5M Sagaponack home is Hamptons’ priciest sale of 2010

February 02, 2011 06:06PM

Top row, from left: 500 Ox Pasture Road, 55 Dune Road and 102 Lily Pond Lane. Bottom row, from left: 12 Tyson Lane, 229 Quimby Lane and 120 Halsey Neck Lane

239 Gibson Lane in Sagaponack topped Town & Country’s list of the 10 most expensive sales for 2010, with a price of $43.5 million. Seven of the top sales occurred in the second half of the year, with spots two through four on the list taken by East Hampton residences. “As sales activity continues to build momentum, we should see 2011 reports show both increases in the number of sales and total home sales volume,” Judi Desiderio, CEO of Town & Country, said. In 2009, womenswear designer Tory Burch purchased the Howard Grittis mansion at 500 Ox Pasture Road, which ranks number five on the list, with a sale price of $16 million. House number seven on the list, 55 Dune Road, was developed by David Wine, former vice chairman of the Related Companies, and received the American Institute of Architects’ top prize of “design excellence” for Long Island residential projects last December. See the complete list below. TRD

1. 239 Gibson Lane, Sagaponack – $43.5 million

2.
86 Lily Pond Lane, East Hampton – $25.5 million

3. 2 Tyson Lane, East Hampton — $22.88 million

4. 12 Tyson Lane, East Hampton — $19.26 million
5.
229 Quimby Lane, Bridgehampton — $16.2 million

6. 500 Ox Pasture Road, Southampton — $16 million

7. 55 Dune Road, Bridgehampton – $14.25 million

8. 120 Halsey Neck Lane, Southampton — $14.21 million

9.
102 Lily Pond Lane, East Hampton — $14 million

10. 16 Association Road, Wainscott — $13.75 million

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