Southampton mansion on Duck Pond Lane sells for $30 million


A Hamptons mansion with a million-dollar outdoor TV has just sold for $30 million, The Post has learned. 

The seller is developer Yale Fishman of Hamptons Luxury Estates.

The new-construction traditional home, at 63 Duck Pond Lane in Southampton, first hit the market last July for $35 million, as The Post exclusively reported at the time.

At a massive 16,000 square feet, it comes with nine bedrooms, 12 bathrooms and over-the-top details.

The latter, of note, includes that lavish 8-foot-tall, 18-foot-wide TV, which is by a firepit. It’s hydraulic and pops out from the ground — dropping back in if it’s raining, the listing broker, Shawn Elliott of Nest Seekers International, told The Post.

Exterior of the home's pool.
The pool has an accompanying house all its own.
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Interior of the home's theater.
The home has a theater.
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Interior of the wine cellar.
The Southampton manse’s wine cellar.
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Interior of the basketball court.
The basketball court.
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Aerial of the Hamptons home.
The massive home is 16,000 square feet,
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There’s also a pool, a sunken tennis court and a 1,200-square-foot pool house. 

Inside, there’s plenty more to keep people entertained, from an indoor movie theater that seats 12 to a home gym with a Peloton bike and a treadmill, a spa with a steam room and sauna — and an indoor basketball court. After working out, you might want to drop by the 1,100-bottle wine cellar. 

The smart-wired home also boasts 20-foot ceilings in the foyer and a great room with a marble fireplace. It also features zoned thermostats, radiant-heated floors, a dehumidification system, a solar panel energy system, a backup generator, an ultraviolet/ozone sanitization system and a three-car garage with an electric charging station.  

Brown Harris Stevens brokers Christopher Burnside and Aubri Peele repped the buyer. 



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