There’s house trouble on the East End of Long Island.
Five years after the housing bubble burst, the number of unsold Hamptons homes has hit a 30-year high while prices have plummeted.
A stunning 48 homes worth more than $1 million are in foreclosure, according to the industry monitor PropertyShark.com.
They include some Gatsby-esque mansions, like a $4.9 million, three-story property on 2.1 acres in Westhampton Beach with seven bedrooms, five-and-a-half baths, guest cottage, tennis court, cabana and bayside pool.
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