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Subtlety...ever hear of it? Following up from last week's post, where we look into the phenomenon of Hamptonites using Instagram to take "footsies" in an effort to casually brag about their situation, we decided to take it one step further...and go beyond the footsies. Check out these "anything-but-subtle" Hampton Brags. From Houses and Cars, to Boats and even Helicopters, which ones do you find the most awesomely offensive?
If you're looking to invest in Hamptons real estate this summer, you'd better have really deep pockets.
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Dozens of American icons stayed at Andy Warhol's Montauk outpost between his 1972 purchase of the property and his death fifteen years later. These superstars were unusual visitors to the isolated cliffs of Montauk: so what was life like out there? More»
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Absolute seclusion, rare wildlife, and 77 acres of beach front property make this Montauk manor one for the record books. More»
Wainscott is very tiny, and looks quite like it sounds: classic shingled saltboxes, picket fences galore, riotous flower beds and ivy-garbed arbors. It's very old New England, only greener, and with a higher ratio of hulking estates. These really bother me, even though, as far as McMansions go, they're relatively inoffensive -usually pre-weathered, with endless gravel drives and statue-adorned gates.
A hamlet with a one-room school house and a modest white chapel and houses with fat cats on porch swings has no need for ostentation- fabulous and opulent are unwelcome, unasked for newcomers, trailing ferraris and gobbling potato fields. Still, I saw a lot of beauty as I biked down Main St, and had a flat tire not prevailed, I'm sure I would have seen more. Those of you who know it, what do you recommend?
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Saturday, March 8
Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.