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Located in the heart of the East End, Southampton Village is where many of New York’s biggest business tycoons and celebrities own second homes.It’s considered to be one of the Hamptons’ most exclusive hamlets, as well as a commercial (and social) centre.
We unearthed some Southampton property records to see which stars live and have lived in Southampton, as well as aerial shots of their digs.
When he's not out lobbying for democratic ideals, George Soros hangs out at his property on Old Town Road. He held his 80th birthday bash for 350 friends there in 2010.
Culinary guru Rachael Ray owns this house between the Shinnecock and Southampton golf courses. She bought it from hedge funder John Paulson.
Howard Stern owns a 16,000-square-foot mansion by the sea, where he resides with wife Beth Ostrosky-Stern.
Gin Lane is the premiere street for socialites in Southampton, like Allen & Company LLC's Herbert Allen Jr., who owns this 8-bedroom estate.
Dorothy Lichtenstein, the widow of contemporary artist Roy Lichtenstein, currently owns these two properties on Gin Lane. Curbed.com says she might be moving to Meeting House Lane.
Fashion mogul Tory Burch has been working the Southampton real estate market. Burch is selling her oceanfront Meadow Lane estate for $11.75 million, and she apparently bought this house on Ox Pasture Road in 2009.
If you're looking for a modest vacation home, late billionaire Teddy Forstmann's estate is still on the market for $34 million.
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