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Old 03-18-2008, 12:28 PM
 
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TIGER WOODS' $65M SAND BUNKER - New York Post


For those who may not be familiar with Southampton:

Southampton is a village (incorporated in 1894) in the south-central section of the Town of Southampton, in the southeast part of Suffolk County.

Beginning on the north and moving in a clockwise direction, the Village of Southampton in the Town of Southampton is bordered on the north by the Hamlet of Tuckahoe, the Hamlet of North Sea and the Hamlet of Water Mill; on the east by the Hamlet of Water Mill; on the south by the Atlantic Ocean; and, on the west by Shinnecock Bay and the Shinnecock Indian Reservation.





The Village of Southampton has a different border than does the "Southampton, NY 11968" ZIP postal zone (i.e., a place can have a "Southampton, NY 11968" mailing address and not be in the Village of Southampton and a place can be in the Village of Southampton and have other than a "Southampton, NY 11968" mailing address): places that have a "Southampton, NY 11968" mailing address that are not in the Village of Southampton are in the Shinnecock Indian Reservation and in the Hamlet of Tuckahoe; and, at the same time, there are places in the Village of Southampton that have a "Watermill, NY 11976" mailing address.


For a good set of town-by-town maps showing all the villages and hamlets in each of LI's 13 towns (3 in Nassau County and 10 in Suffolk County): Excellent Long Island Geographic Resource
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Old 03-18-2008, 12:31 PM
 
Location: Inis Fada
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*Mental Note to Self*

Children need golf lessons.
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Old 03-18-2008, 12:35 PM
 
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My dh works in Southampton. During the summer it is horrendous ; the amount of money rolling around there ; 17-18 year olds driving $100,000 cars.

Has no bearing on the reality of most of us.
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Old 03-18-2008, 12:39 PM
 
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I wonder if this is the most expensive home sold on LI to date? Bet that is one happy realtor!!
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Old 03-18-2008, 04:27 PM
 
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Wow! I can not imagine living there.... how lucky is he?
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Old 03-19-2008, 12:19 AM
 
Location: Westbury,NY
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The only section of the Hamptons I like is around Sag Harbor and Northwest woods, abit more "down to earth". Not so many fake ppl, faux landscaping like in Southampton.
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Old 03-19-2008, 11:40 AM
 
Location: Eastern Long Island
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That article is wrong. Tiger did not buy that estate, but it is sold. Sotheby's is going to release a statement today saying that its not Tiger because the buyer doesn't want helicopters flying over all summer trying to get photos.
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Old 03-19-2008, 01:08 PM
 
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I wonder if this is the most expensive home sold on LI to date? Bet that is one happy realtor!!
Highest in America:

Hamptons, ocean view: Sold for a record $103 million - USATODAY.com

Last year: Ron Baron, founder of the Baron Funds investment company, has paid a record $103 million for a residential property in East Hampton, N.Y. And get this: That price doesn't even include the cost of the house he wants to build.

40 acres...no house.
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Old 03-19-2008, 01:52 PM
 
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Default For those who may not be familiar with Sag Harbor

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The only section of the Hamptons I like is around Sag Harbor and Northwest woods ...

For those who may not be familiar with Sag Harbor:

Sag Harbor is a village (incorporated in 1846) partly in the northeast part of the Town of Southampton and partly in the northwest part of the Town of East Hampton, in the southeast part of Suffolk County.

Beginning on the north and moving in a clockwise direction, the Village of Sag Harbor is bordered on the north by the Village of North Haven (Town of Southampton), Sag Harbor Cove, the Village of North Haven and Sag Harbor Bay; on the east by the Hamlet of Northwest Harbor (Town of East Hampton); on the south by the Hamlet of Wainscott (Town of East Hampton) and the Hamlet of Bridgehampton (Town of Southampton); and, on the west by the Hamlet of Noyack (Town of Southampton) and Little Peconic Bay.





The Village of Sag Harbor has a different border than does the "Sag Harbor, NY 11963" ZIP Code postal zone (i.e., a place can have a "Sag Harbor, NY 11963" mailing address and not be in the Hamlet of Sag Harbor): places that have a "Sag Harbor, NY 11963" mailing address that are not in the Village of Sag Harbor are in the Village of North Haven, the Hamlet of Noyack, the Hamlet of Northwest Harbor and the Hamlet of Bridgehampton.


For a good set of town-by-town maps showing all the villages and hamlets in each of LI's 13 towns (3 in Nassau County and 10 in Suffolk County): Excellent Long Island Geographic Resource
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Old 03-19-2008, 01:54 PM
 
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I grew up spending my summers in the Noyack / Bayview Oaks area of Southampton, we still have a house there. It is amazing what that area has become in 20 years.
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