It’s Free to Look Hamptons: 19 Lee Avenue, East Hampton

For those who won't settle for anything less than "the best of everything," this estate delivers. According to the Douglas Elliman listing, the property includes not just one weekend retreat but two.

The primary lodging, an 1895 mansion on 3.2 acres once owned by none other than Chevy Chase, boasts six bedroom suites on the second floor and four more bedrooms upstairs. For most, that would constitute a sufficiently large summer cottage. But true weekend warriors beg to differ.

Since $25 million doesn't seem like enough to spend on a Hamptons home, this property can be expanded to include an $8 million one-acre "retreat." When you need a vacation from your vacation, the 1940s four-bedroom getaway does the trick.

And don't forget the kids! Next to the swimming pool and the pool house is the children's playhouse. When the little ones need a vacation from the vacation from the vacation—or when parents just don't understand—they know the perfect place to weekend. — William Alden

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The primary lodging, an 1895 mansion on 3.2 acres once owned by none other than Chevy Chase, boasts six bedroom suites on the second floor and four more bedrooms upstairs.

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