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New York’s most expensive old house listing! “Cima Del Mundo”, Circa 1925. $65,000,000

September 6, 2023

Welcome to New York’s most expensive old house listing! “Cima Del Mundo” means top of the world. Cima Del Mundo was built in 1925. This seaside residence features a grand main house with eight bedrooms and eight bathrooms. The property has a pool and a pool house. There are multiple terraces and panoramic views. $65,000,000

From the Zillow listing:


Generational opportunity on Lily Pond Lane offered for the first time in 75 years. Originally built in 1925 and named Cima Del Mundo (top of the world) this handsome Spanish colonial style gem underwent design renovation in 1994 by William Hodges. The property boasts 2.7 acres with 400 feet of ocean frontage with commanding views toward fabled Georgica beach. Look north across Lily Pond with with protected views enhanced by the only Ha-Ha wall in East Hampton. The residence consists of 8 bedrooms 7.5 baths. A grand yet inviting interior is designed for the ultimate indoor/outdoor living. The gracious entry foyer with impeccable tile work and striking curved stairway introduce the refined finishes throughout. Rounding out the interior include a large eat in kitchen, 5 fireplaces, study, double height living room and 3.5 car garage. Exterior features include oceanside pool, pool house, and extensive terraces and second floor deck taking full advantage of the panoramic views including spectacular sunsets over lily pond. Come experience this one of a kind offering at this prestigious Lily Pond Lane address.



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