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Unbuilt home on the highest point in the Hamptons asks $50M

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The unbuilt Southampton homes are on the market for a whopping $ 50 million.

But maybe it’s a lot of award-winning views that have captivated high price tags.

Located on 7 acres of land, this home boasts a bird’s-eye view of the Atlantic Ocean and all Hamptons. According to the list..

Construction of the house above the Hamptons’ highest point will begin in August and is expected to be completed in 2024.

Called “Eagle’s Point,” this property is located near a watermill, spans 15,000 square feet and consists of 6 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms.

Designed by West Coast mega-mansion builder Roman James, this is considered his first East Coast project.

After touring more than 25 properties in the Hamptons, James settled in these three specific plots and built real estate, he said. Mansion Global..

The real estate covers 15,000 square feet.
Roman James Design Build
Roman James, a luxury architect known for his mega-mansion, designs a modern building.
Roman James, a luxury architect known for his work in mega-mansion, designs modern architecture.
Roman James Design Build
The property will be located on 7 acres of land.
Elevation provides a bird’s-eye view of the Hamptons, including unobstructed views of the Atlantic Golf Course, Mecox Bay, Sandbar, Atlantic Ocean, and even Montauk.
Roman James Design Build
Shows what the layout will look like.
Shows what the layout will look like.
Roman James Design Build
Gallery of over 15 cars with turntables
A gallery of over 15 cars with turntables.
Roman James Design Build

“The Hamptons are full of iconic, historic, or stunning new buildings. We want to build groundbreaking homes in areas that are not only beautiful, but also set in a unique way like works of art. Said.

The property is fully equipped with luxurious amenities such as a wine cellar. Fitness center; handbag showroom. Bowling alley; World-class spa, steam, sauna, massage room. And 12-seat Dolby Atmos Theater, Wrist Note.

“Introducing a property of this size, this quality on the East Coast is a very exciting project for us,” James added. “I’m predicting it in the $ 50 million and $ 80 million price range, and it’s worth every penny of it.”

Outdoor facilities include a resort-like site with a custom pool and waterfall. Outdoor kitchen; and the second open-air theater, Wrist Note. It also comes with over 15 car galleries with turntables displaying hypercars and antique cars for the ultimate collector.

Living space.
View of indoor / outdoor living space.
Roman James Design Build
Handbag showroom.
Handbag showroom.
Roman James Design Build
Rendering of the primary bathroom.
Rendering of the primary bathroom.
Roman James Design Build
Pool and spa.
Pool and spa.
Roman James Design Build

Luxury finishes include imported stones and luxury appliances.

On the other hand, in one of the three plots, there are still homes that are expected to be demolished when construction of new homes begins.

That particular home was once owned by fashion designer Randolph Duke and rented by A-listers like Carrie Underwood. It was also once rented by billionaires Silvio Scaria and Julia Hart and was seen in their hit Netflix series “My Unorthodox Life.”

Shawn Elliot, Allison K. Beamer, and JB Andreassi of Nest Seekers hold the list.

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