Site of the first English settlement in New York listed for $81.5 million

Historic sites have a history of commanding a great price whenever they have been listed on the market. Refusing to go against this fact and ascertaining its existence even today, is this recent listing of a historic property. The historic property is a 50-acre piece of land in Southampton, New York, which has an asking price of $81.5 million. The Olde Towne Association has listed the historic land, includes the largest mature tree move in history, and offers seven building parcels. This is the largest land offering to date in Southhampton village. The property gets its historical significance for being the first English settlement site in New York, and developer Bob Gianos, founder and president of East End Properties LLC, is only the seventh titled owner in 370 years.

Bob has created a total of 10 buildable parcels. Each parcel has a spate set of roads for construction and service. There is a central tree-lined green area of open space, a nature preserve at one end, and open meadows on the other end.
Andrew Saunders of Saunders & Associates is the real estate broker assigned to this historic property. Individuals are welcome to invest in four-acre individual lots available from $10.5 to 13.5 million dollars. Some of these individual lots even offer second-floor pond and ocean views.

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