Top 5 Homes of the Week

All of this week’s Top Homes reside in different states along the east coast, including New York, Virginia, Florida, Connecticut and New Jersey. Each home has its own exquisite east coast characteristics and unique design exuding the finest elements in luxury real estate. If you’re looking for a summer home or primary residence on the east coast, perhaps you’ll find the home of your dreams in the listings that follow.

New York’s premier properties are what dreams are made of. Which one do you like best?

1. Southampton | $55,000,000: View Listing
2. Hewlett Harbor | $29,999,500: View Listing
3. Lake George | $14,900,000: View Listing
4. Montauk | $14,500,000: View Listing
5. Water Mill | $13,995,000: View Listing

Constructed of Italian limestone with over 20,000 square feet of splendor, this palace features imported marble, exquisite hand-crafted millwork, spectacular ceilings, a Turkish bath and much more. Offered by Fouad Talout – Talout International LLC on #dupontregistryhomes.  View Listing

This French Chateau is the creme de la creme in prestigious Stone Creek Ranch sitting on 2.5 acres inspired by the elegant Chateaus of France. Offered by Boca Luxury Homes on #dupontregistryhomes.  View Listing

Commanding premier waterfront views past Long Shore Country Club, Cedar Point Yacht Club and all the way across Long Island Sound, the sweeping landscape assures maximum privacy. Offered by William Raveis Real Estate, Mortgage & Insurance on #dupontregistryhomes.  View Listing

This gated residence, located on one of the most coveted streets in town, allows entry through the winding driveway, bordering 3 awe-inspiring ponds and fountains, leading to a masterpiece that is magnificent in scale and unstinting in luxury. Offered by Claude Ranieri on #dupontregistryhomesView Listing

Each with their own unique qualities, all of these homes are constructed of the finest quality and high-end finishes. Superior craftsmanship and attention-to-detail are evident throughout all of these breathtaking properties. Which one do you like best?