An East Hampton property that has been off the market for 75 years has just been listed for a whopping $69 million. 

Named Cima Del Mundo, which translates to “Top of the World,” the Spanish-Colonial estate was initially built in 1925 and underwent design renovation in 1994, according to the Real Deal.

Made up of eight bedrooms and 7½ bathrooms, the compound sits on 2.7 acres of land and boasts 400 feet of ocean frontage on Georgica Beach. 

The home was designed for indoor and outdoor living. Upon entry, a tiled foyer with a curved staircase can be seen with redefined finishes, the listing states. Interior features include an expansive eat-in kitchen, a study, a double-height living room and five fireplaces. 

The home is listed for the first time in 75 years.
The home is listed for the first time in 75 years.
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The foyer.
The foyer.
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A hallway with perfectly designed Spanish doors for easy outdoor/indoor access.
A hallway with a series of perfectly designed Spanish doors for easy outdoor/indoor access.
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Interior balconies are seen from the living spaces.
Interior balconies are seen from the living spaces.
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The kitchen.
The kitchen.
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The study.
The study.
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Bedrooms hold ocean front views.
Bedrooms have sweeping oceanfront views.
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A dressing room.
A dressing room.
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One of 7.5 bathrooms.
One of 7½ bathrooms.
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Exterior amenities include an oceanside pool, a pool house and extensive terraces. 

The estate is just one of many Lily Pond Lane addresses that have hit the market in recent years. Businessman Ron Perelman listed his home on Lily Pond Lane last summer, and actress Candice Bergen listed her Hamptons home on the same street in December.

In 2016, hedge-funder Scott Bommer, who founded SAB Capital and is currently the senior managing director of Blackstone, sold three Lily Pond Lane properties in the Hamptons for $110 million in an off-market deal.

Ed Petrie of Compass has the listing.

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