Most expensive homes for sale in Suffolk County

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What are the most expensive homes listed in Suffolk County? They range from a $140 million estate in East Hampton to a $85 million villa in Water Mill to a $59.9 million three-home compound in Sagaponack.

(Disclaimer: Homes were available for purchase as of publication)

East Hampton -- $140 million

Chris Whittle, a media and educational entrepreneur, listed
(Credit: Brown Harris Stevens)

Chris Whittle, a media and educational entrepreneur, listed his 11-acre East Hampton estate for $140 million with Brown Harris Stevens, the agency has confirmed, in one of the East End's priciest listings.

The East Hampton estate has a view of
(Credit: Jake Rajs)

The East Hampton estate has a view of Georgica Pond. The shingle-style home comes with 10 bedrooms, 9.5 bathrooms and a four-car garage on 11.2 acres.

To read more about the estate, click here.
(Credit: Jake Rajs)

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Water Mill -- $85 million

Shoe designer Vince Camuto owned this Water Mill
(Credit: Jake Rajs)

Shoe designer Vince Camuto owned this Water Mill estate, known as Villa Maria, until his death in January 2015. The home is on sale for $85 million, according to Zillow.

The home features 11 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms and
(Credit: Jake Rajs)

The home features 11 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms and a half-bathroom, a three-story spiral staircase, imported Carrara marble baths and a carriage house on more than 15 acres.

To read more about the home, click here.
(Credit: Jake Rajs)

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Sagaponack -- $59.9 million

This three-home compound in Sagaponack is the largest
(Credit: Bespoke Real Estate)

This three-home compound in Sagaponack is the largest of its kind in the area, sitting on more than 15 acres and available for $59.9 million. The homes are also available individually, for $19.995 million, $22.995 million and $25.995 million respectively.

The homes are currently under construction, and comprise
(Credit: Bespoke Real Estate)

The homes are currently under construction, and comprise a main dwelling, separate guest home and recreational pavilion with a pool, tennis and more. Designed by Jay Bialsky, the spread's three homes each feature staff and guest bedrooms, saunas, steam rooms and massage areas. The adjacent 10-acre reserve can be converted for equestrian or agricultural use.

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(Credit: Bespoke Real Estate)

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East Hampton -- $55 million

This East Hampton compound consists of 11 parcels
(Credit: Sotheby's International Realty)

This East Hampton compound consists of 11 parcels across 23 acres, including a 18,000-square-foot main house, six-bedroom carriage house and horse stables with riding fields throughout. The compound is listed at $55 million.

Along with the riding fields and horse stables,
(Credit: Sotheby's International Realty)

Along with the riding fields and horse stables, landscaping by Edmund Hollander leads to a tennis court, heated pool, pool house with full kitchen and bedroom, and various gardens. The lower level of the main house has a theater, gym and spa.

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(Credit: Sotheby's International Realty)

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Southampton -- $50 million

This Southampton Tudor on 3.77 acres is listed
(Credit: Corcoran Group Real Estate)

This Southampton Tudor on 3.77 acres is listed for $50 million and is available for purchase for the first time in more than 55 years.

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This 7,300-square-foot home comes with a main house,
(Credit: Corcoran Group Real Estate)

This 7,300-square-foot home comes with a main house, guest house, pool and tennis court.

To read more about the Tudor home, click
(Credit: Corcoran Group Real Estate)

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Sag Harbor -- $49 million

Called Angel View, this 6.5-acre Sag Harbor estate
(Credit: Sotheby's International Realty)

Called Angel View, this 6.5-acre Sag Harbor estate features six bedrooms, six bathrooms and two half-bathrooms throughout the 12,000-square-foot home.

The waterfront estate features two different private entrances,
(Credit: Sotheby's International Realty)

The waterfront estate features two different private entrances, two-tiered infinity-edge pools, water and beach access and a covered cabana gazing over the bay. As for the inside, the home has seven fireplaces, an indoor pool, library, chef's kitchen and a wine cellar.

To see more about the Sag Harbor home,
(Credit: Sotheby's International Realty)

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Southampton -- $39.995 million

This oceanfront 6,700-square-foot home home in Southampton is
(Credit: Corcoran Group Real Estate)

This oceanfront 6,700-square-foot home home in Southampton is on sale for $39.995 million and comes with seven bedrooms and 9-1/2 bathrooms on 4.5 acres of property.

With five acres of dunescape and 500 feet
(Credit: Corcoran Group Real Estate)

With five acres of dunescape and 500 feet of beachfront, this home has panoramic water views and additional waterfront views of Wickapogue Pond. There are four guest suites, staff rooms, a six-car garage and an elevator inside.

To view more information about the home, click
(Credit: Corcoran Group Real Estate)

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Southampton -- $35.5 million

This oceanfront property on Gin Lane in Southampton
(Credit: Sotheby's International Realty)

This oceanfront property on Gin Lane in Southampton is on the market for $35.5 million.

The four-bedroom, 2-1/2-bathroom home sits on 2.64 acres
(Credit: Sotheby's International Realty)

The four-bedroom, 2-1/2-bathroom home sits on 2.64 acres and features a tennis court, swimming pool and gazebo outside the 2,500-square-foot home.

To read more about the Southampton home, click
(Credit: Sotheby's International Realty)

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