This 3.4 acre estate is located at 385 Great Plains Road in Southampton, NY. It was designed by Peter Schulte to resemble one the famous traditional estates of the past including a beautifully done covered Porte Cochere with barrel-vaulted wood ceiling. It features approximately 13,000 square feet of living space with 10 bedrooms, 8.5 bathrooms, 10 fireplaces, formal reception rooms, gym, wine cellar, staff apartment and more. The landscaped grounds feature a saltwater swimming pool, pool house, tennis court with herringbone paneled brick walls and a children’s playground. It is listed at $30,000,000.

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  • rob

    Not even on the water?




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    • Kenny Forder

      Nope -_-




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  • Daniel

    This just reaffirms that I would NEVER live in the Hamptons. Completely overpriced and the homes all look the same. $30 million my a$$…




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  • Chris

    A truly stunning and traditional mansion, but $30 million and not on the water? Waste of money . Am I right?




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    • mak

      Yes, you are!




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  • Grrrowler

    It’s lovely, but not $30 million worth of lovely. It seems we’ve seen this house before, more than once, but that’s because so many of these Hamptons houses look alike. The interior feels old, and not in a charming “patina of age” kind of way.




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  • lambskin

    Corner lot and not on the ocean…ugh!




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  • Limedaiquar

    Everyone already said everything for me.




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  • Randy

    I agree with everyone … this price is stupid since it is not on the water . A big lot, nice house, pool, tennis…worth about $15 million in Southhampton Estate Section .

    Shame on the realtor for agreeing to list for that price!




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  • architect121

    There are plenty of NYC multimillionaires who would easily spend $20,000,000+ for this home. Which is what truly scares me about NYC multimillionaires.




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  • Hunter

    30 million?? Very weak pool area. Very weak cealings, among other things. No way would I shell out 30 mil for this. And not even on the water. Wow.




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