The C Seed M1, the world’s first folding 4k MicroLED TV, made news for its hefty price tag of $400,000. Little did we know that we will meet with a million-dollar TV housed in a $35 million mansion in the Hamptons only months later that will outdo everything we have seen. In collaboration with internationally renowned architects + designers Alexander Gorlin, Tom Murawski, Bennett Leifer, and Downey Interiors, Hampton’s Luxury Estates have enhanced this great property with a nearly $1 million TV.
Speaking of the property, it is a massive 16,032-square feet estate offering nine bedrooms and 12 bathrooms, privately hosted within the gates of Southampton. It wouldn’t be wrong to call it an outdoor movie theatre due to its sheer screen size measuring 5.4 meters wide by 2.4 meters high. But it’s not the largeness of the mansion that intrigues us; it’s the TV. In James Bond style, this vast custom-made, seven-figure outdoor TV emerges from an in-ground vault when you need it and retreats when it’s raining or unruly.
63 Duck Pond Lane mansion also boasts other fantastic features to earn the title of a smart-home like touchscreen controls for climate, Lutron Homeworks lighting systems, motorized shades, automated locks, and a high-definition security surveillance system. “63 Duck Pond Lane represents the culmination of successful collaboration and sustained invention. Tantamount to a work-of-art, this property is a one-of-a-kind Hampton’s oasis.” reads the listing.