1) Wainscott: A home in the Georgica Association, the elusive community built in the 1800s and rarely on the market (also featured in the film Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind), is up for sale. Five bedrooms, 2.6 acres, $11.25 million.
2) East Hampton: Billionaire investor Ron Baron has been trying to get a variance for retaining walls on his property, and it turns out that variance has a name: the Seinfeld Law. Jerry Seinfeld pioneered the permit when he tried to get a variance to build a baseball diamond, er, "accessory structure," next door to his home.
3) Water Mill: A house known (in its listing) as "No Doubt, T H E South of the Highway House" met the PriceChopper in a dark alley last night and came out $2 million trimmer. Now it's asking $10.95 million for its 10,000 square feet, which contain a pool, a spa, a pool house, a tennis court, an elevator and a solar power system.
· Curbed Hamptons [hamptons.curbed.com]