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This 15,000-square-foot Mill Neck home is priced at (Credit: Real LI)

This 15,000-square-foot Mill Neck home is priced at $11.8 million.

LI homes offer star power, unique features

Long Island is home to many homes priced above $1 million that offer unique features. Here's a look at some pricey, eye-catching homes available for sale. Check Newsday's Homes page weekly for the latest information on the real estate market.

Hewlett home with a waterwheel

This Hewlett Colonial priced between $1.25 million to
(Credit: Douglas Elliman Real Estate / Chuck Danas Photography)

This Hewlett Colonial priced between $1.25 million to $1.375 million has a stream with a waterwheel as you enter the house. Visit the story on the RealLI blog for more information.

CNN anchor Anderson Cooper is putting his second
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CNN anchor Anderson Cooper is putting his second Quiogue property up for sale after trying to rent it out. The asking price is a mere $3.599 million for the English Country waterfront cottage. Visit the story on the RealLI blog for more information.

Mediterranean Mill Neck mansion

Listed for $11.8 million, the 15,000-square-foot, nine-bedroom home
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Listed for $11.8 million, the 15,000-square-foot, nine-bedroom home has a two-story great room with 16-foot ceilings and arched floor-to-ceiling windows. Interested in finding out more about this European-styled abode? Visit the story on the RealLI blog for more information.

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'Toy Story' screenwriter's home

This Sagaponack home is owned by Alec Sokolow,
(Credit: Town and Country Real Estate / Chris Foster)

This Sagaponack home is owned by Alec Sokolow, who co-wrote the screenplay for “Toy Story” and was nominated for an Oscar, and his wife, Leslie, is a professional photographer known for her large-scale abstract photographs of beaches and other natural features. It is listed for $1.999 million. Visit the story on the RealLI blog for more information.

Cutchogue home with ice house

Situated on 2.16 acres, this farmhouse looks like
(Credit: Lori Feilen)

Situated on 2.16 acres, this farmhouse looks like something straight out of the farm scenes in 'The Wizard of Oz.' But it's located on the North Fork. Built in the 1840s, the house includes an icehouse that was used for refrigeration and storage, and rented to returning soldiers as living space after World War II. Visit the story on the RealLI blog for more information.

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