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Hamptons: 10 most expensive sales of 2011

This is the 55-acre waterfront estate in North

This is the 55-acre waterfront estate in North Haven known as Tyndal Point. Its latest asking price is $44.99 million. For Home Section / Valerie Kellogg. ( Handout ) ltc Credit: NONE/

Town & Country Real Estate recently released its annual Top 10 Most Expensive 2011 Hamptons Sales report, which includes a couple of surprises.

Starting with the numbers — all 10 sales were more than $20 million, says chief executive Judi Desiderio, noting that hasn’t happened since 2007. “The high end came back with a good thrust this year,” Desiderio says.

But perhaps even more stunning is that for the first time ever, the top sale occurred north of Montauk Highway. That would be the $36 million sale of Tyndal Point, a 55-acre estate in North Haven, which Desiderio describes as having captivating views straight across to Connecticut.

Here’s a glance at the other nine top sales:

-- Meadow Lane in Southampton, $32.5 million

-- Meadow Lane in Southampton, $25 million

-- Crestview Lane in Sagaponack, $24 million

-- Eel Cove Road in Wainscott, $23 million

-- Parsonage Lane in Sagaponack, the only top seller without a water view, $22.5 million

-- Meadow Lane in Southampton, $21.6 million

-- Ocean Road in Bridgehampton, $20.5 million

-- Old Beach Lane in East Hampton, $20.45 million

-- Millstone Brook Road in Southampton, $20.4 million

Photo: Tyndal Point, a 55-acre estate in North Haven.

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