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The lavish South Hampton home of a shoe mogul has been purchased by a mysterious buyer for $72 million after languishing on the open market for more than a decade. 

Vince Camuto, along with his wife Louise, bought the downtrodden 15-acre estate called $35 million in 2005. 

Called Villa Maria in Water Mill, N.Y., the Nine West co-founder underwent a massive reconstruction of the property that took five years to complete, according to WMD.com. 

A mystery buyer has scooped up late shoe king Vince Camuto's lavish $72 million Hamptons mansion

A mystery buyer has scooped up late shoe king Vince Camuto's lavish $72 million Hamptons mansion

A mystery buyer has scooped up late shoe king Vince Camuto's lavish $72 million Hamptons mansion

Called Villa Maria in Water Mill, N.Y., the Nine West co-founder underwent a massive reconstruction of the property that took five years to complete

Called Villa Maria in Water Mill, N.Y., the Nine West co-founder underwent a massive reconstruction of the property that took five years to complete

Called Villa Maria in Water Mill, N.Y., the Nine West co-founder underwent a massive reconstruction of the property that took five years to complete

Vince Camuto, along with his wife Louise, bought the downtrodden 15-acre estate called $35 million in 2005

Vince Camuto, along with his wife Louise, bought the downtrodden 15-acre estate called $35 million in 2005

Vince Camuto, along with his wife Louise, bought the downtrodden 15-acre estate called $35 million in 2005

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The Camutos attempted to sell off the the 19th-century mansion, which served as a convent for the Sisters of St. Dominic of Amityville at one point in its history, for $100 million in 2008

The Camutos attempted to sell off the the 19th-century mansion, which served as a convent for the Sisters of St. Dominic of Amityville at one point in its history, for $100 million in 2008

The financial crisis of that year, which hit the real-estate market especially hard, put a hold their plans to sell-off the estate

The financial crisis of that year, which hit the real-estate market especially hard, put a hold their plans to sell-off the estate

The financial crisis of that year, which hit the real-estate market especially hard, put a hold their plans to sell-off the estate

After Camuto's death in 2015, Louise placed the home back on the market the following year, placing a $72 million price tag on the home

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After Camuto's death in 2015, Louise placed the home back on the market the following year, placing a $72 million price tag on the home

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