The highest-taxed properties in the Hamptons include one of the largest private residences in the United States, a Water Mill home once owned by Henry Ford's grandson, and a 55-acre estate on Shelter Island. The numbers were provided by public records from each town and reflect total town taxes.
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10. Hampton Bays -- $160,250.52
This Hampton Bays property is owned by Bettina Caiola. Annual property taxes for the 7.4-acre property are $160,250.52, according to public records.
9. Sagaponack -- $161,506.84
The property taxes on this 6.64-acre property in Sagaponack are $161,506.84, according to public records. The group that owns the property is Dama LLC, according to the records.
8. East Hampton -- $178,096.42
This 7-acre property in East Hampton has a property tax bill of $178,096.42, according to public records, and is owned by 252 Further Lane LLC.
7. Hampton Bays -- $210,139.22
William Hamisch, chief officer of Peconic Partners, owns this 12-acre Hampton Bays property, according to property records. The property tax bill for the home is $210,139.22.
6. Bridgehampton -- $221,825.36
Owned by investment executive Cheryl Krongard, this Bridgehampton home is on a 50-acre parcel that is part of the 60-acre Three Ponds Farm, a compound with three ponds and an 18-hole Rees Jones-designed golf course.
5. North Haven -- $227,996.76
According to property records, this North Haven village property on Shelter Island is owned by 370 North Ferry Road LP, with the owner paying $227,996.76 in property taxes. The 52-acre parcel is part of the 55-acre waterfront estate known as Tyndal Point. To read more about the property, click here.
4. Amangansett -- $228,444.50
This 16-acre property is the estate of the late Bruce Wasserstein, according to property records. Wasserstein, an investment banker and chief executive of Lazard, died in 2009.
3. Water Mill -- $240,151.30
This Water Mill home in Southampton Town called Fordune was once part of the 200-acre estate of Henry Ford II, grandson of the founder of the Ford Motor Co. The property owner is now listed as Yumi & The Kids LLC, according to property records.
2. North Haven -- $274,339.14
Originally owned by James Herman Aldrich whose wife, Gertrude, donated the property to the Episcopal Diocese of New York in 1917 this house in North Haven village has a tax bill of $274,339.14, according to Southampton Town records. The place was converted into the all-girls Tuller School, which closed in 1990. It is now a private family residence. It is currently owned by the Maycroft LLC, according to records.
1. Sagaponack -- $756,026.42
This Sagaponack mansion is on a sprawling 64-acre compound and one of the largest private residences in the United States. The house has 29 bedrooms, 39 bathrooms, two bowling lanes, a 164-seat movie theater and a 200-car garage. The property owner is listed as Blue Turtles Inc., and the taxes are $756,026.42, according to public records.