Many actors, athletes, musicians and fashion designers alike have called Long Island home over the years. Here is a sampling of some celebrities' homes on LI.
Reality TV star Scott Disick's parents owned the Baiting Hollow geodesic dome home, which was built by Ken Powell in 1982.
A view of the backyard and two connected geodesic domes
A bedroom in the smaller of the two geodesic dome structures
A bedroom in the larger of the geodesic dome homes
The great room in the home.
A bedroom in the geodesic dome on the Baiting Hollow property.
A sitting room in the larger geodesic dome that leads to the garden room that connects to the smaller dome on the Baiting Hollow property.
The garden room that connects the two geodesic dome structures on the Baiting Hollow property.
A bathroom in the geodesic dome structure on the Baiting Hollow property.
A view from the loft looking down on the open concept great room of the geodesic dome home.
Retired NBA star Jason Kidd left New York in 2014 after he landed a coaching gig with the Milwaukee Bucks, and now he's passed his Hamptons home to a new owner.
Kidd sold the home in May 2015, with the last listing price at $6.795 million. The price included the furniture throughout the home.
A poolside view of Jason Kidd's Water Mill home, which sold in 2015.
The home is on two acres and includes a 7,800-square-foot main house, a 1,250-square-foot carriage house and a tennis pavilion, pictured above.
A view of the bedroom at Jason Kidd's former Water Mill home.
The kitchen in Kidd's former Water Mill home.
The home was listed by Matthew Breitenbach of Douglas Elliman Real Estate.
Natalie Portman's Sea Cliff home was originally listed in May 2007 for $2.2 million. According to public records, the home, which sat on the market for a relatively short two months, eventually sold for $1.75 million. Portman's home is seen on May 29, 2007.
An exterior photo of Portman's Sea Cliff home in 2007.
An exterior view of Natalie Portman's Sea Cliff home in 2007. The home has three bedrooms and a Gunite pool and overlooks Hempstead Harbor.
The Gunite pool at Natalie Portman's Sea Cliff home in 2007.
The living room in Natalie Portman's Sea Cliff home, seen in 2007, provides a view of Hempstead Harbor.
The living room in Natalie Portman's Sea Cliff home in 2007.
The sitting room in Natalie Portman's Sea Cliff home, seen in 2007, also provides views of Hempstead Harbor.
Kathleen Turner sold her Amagansett home on Bluff Road in November 2010. Above, an exterior view of the home in July 2005.
Kathleen Turner's home sold in 2010 for $3.9 million, a little less than half the $8 million original asking price in 2005. Above, an aerial view of the Amagansett estate in 2007.
Kathleen Turner purchased the Amagansett estate in 1990 for $488,500. The home, which was built in 1903, overlooks a 25-acre preserve.
Kathleen Turner's former Amagansett home has six bedrooms, five fireplaces, two living rooms and original leaded-glass windows. It sold in 2010 for $3.9 million.
One of the living rooms in Kathleen Turner's former Amagansett home.
The dining room in Kathleen Turner's former Amagansett home.
The kitchen in Kathleen Turner's former Amagansett home.
Another living room in Kathleen Turner's former Amagansett home.
John Rzeznik, frontman of the Goo Goo Dolls, sold his Sea Cliff Victorian in 2012, which was listed for $1.199 million.
The living room of Rzeznik's former Sea Cliff Victorian. The home has four bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, a two-story cathedral ceiling foyer and tall windows throughout.
A photo of the spa bathroom with a radiant heat floor and walk-in shower at Rzeznik's former Sea Cliff Victorian.
Retired hockey player Pat LaFontaine's former Lloyd Neck estate sold in 2014 for $6.2 million months after listing it for $6.995 million. An adjacent cottage and ice-skating rink with a locker room, scoreboard and pool was also sold; the asking price was $2.999 million. Above, an interior view of the 7,000-square-foot Hamptons-style beachfront home.