Feast your eyes on Eothen, which is Greek for "from the east."
The family behind Arm & Hammer baking soda built the estate back in the '30s as a mere fishing camp.
Pop art godfather Andy Warhol scooped the compound up in the '70s, using it to host the likes of Jackie O. and John Lennon.
J. Crew CEO Mickey Drexler bought the 30-acre, oceanfront property for $27 million in 2007.
Eight years later, the compound — which includes six cottages restored by architect Thierry Despont — is back on the market for more than triple its selling price.
But even at the bloated listing price, who wouldn't want to live here?
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