The Southampton Megaplex

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This is a McMansion will make you the envy of your suburban friends. There’s enough here to occupy so much of your time that you will rarely have to venture into Southampton Village to find entertainment. There’s plenty of space for you to host some parties, and there’s more porch space than you could possibly use, so you can have your pick of spot to drink lemonade and relax with a book.

The place has a pool—who needs the beach!—hot tub, tennis court and ample yard space. It has five bedrooms and is 5,000 square feet. The asking price is $3.695 million.

Photos: Saunders

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