- La Dune, a 4.2-acre compound in Southampton, is currently on sale for $150 million.
- If it sells, it will be the most expensive property ever sold in the Hamptons.
- The property includes two residences situated near the beach, with a total of 19 rooms and 18 bathrooms.
A sprawling beach house situated on 4.2 acres of coastal property in Southampton could be the biggest sale ever in the Hamptons — if it manages to find a buyer.
Currently listed at $150 million, the property — two residences with a total of 19 bedrooms and 18 bathrooms across 11,000 square feet — has struggled on the market over the years. According to CNBC, the last owner was art magazine owner Louise Blouin, who put it up for sale in 2016 for $140 million. When the listing stalled, she rented out the lot for a cool $1.2 million a month.
Now, La Dune is back seeking a new owner once more, with the help of Nest Seekers International, a luxury real estate residential and commercial brokerage firm.
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