'Billionaire Lane:' From fashion designers to real estate tycoons and Wall street financiers who live on the East Coast's most exclusive 5-mile stretch equipped with a private beach and helipad As the nation's high rollers live it up in lavish, million dollar homes across the country, a five-mile stretch of The Hamptons proves to be one of the nation's most expensive addresses, home to the 1 percent of the one percent. South Hampton's Meadow Lane boasts a long stretch of private beach and a private helipad that can whisk residents to Manhattan in 20 minutes, Forbes reports. Dubbed 'Billionaire Lane' by Forbes, the only thing more impressive than the area's luxuries is its residents. The five-mile strip is home to the nation's elite from fashion designers and CEOs to real estate tycoons and hoteliers. n 2012, the median sale price of a home was just under $18 million, PropertyShark reports. While the strip of land's high-profile residents include celebrities, the waterfront stretch is mainly home to Wall Street financiers. David Koch, executive vice president of Koch Industries -- and New York's richest resident with a net worth of just over $42 billion -- has a seven-bedroom mansion on 'Billionaire Lane' valued at $23.2 million, Business Insider reports. Some of the residents even buy the already-lavish homes and step the luxury up a notch. Fashion designer Calvin Klein tore down a massive property in the area and built a glass-and-concrete mansion for $75 million, Business Insider reports. In 2014, Jimmy Tisch, CEO of Leows Corp. bought the 11-bedroom mansion where Diane Keaton and Jack Nicholson filmed scenes of 'Something's Gotta Give' for $41 million, according to Business Insider. Anyone looking to live in one of the Hampton's most exclusive towns is in luck. A property with a tennis court and heated pool is on the market for just over $24 million -- crack open your piggy bank!