Steps from the ocean on a secluded court with an access path to Sagg Main Beach, this shingled, 5 bedroom, 4,650 sq. ft. traditional offers panoramic views of the Atlantic, Sagg Pond and the adjacent farm with reserve. Hedged and landscaped for complete privacy, the shy acre property features a 45' heated, gunite pool, outdoor shower, pergola, and delightful terraces and balconies that highlight the idyllic landscape. Designed with sweeping views in the main living spaces, the second floor has a well-appointed, gourmet kitchen, formal dining room, living room and sitting room with fireplaces, and two en suite bedrooms that open onto a terrace. The kitchen opens onto an expansive screened porch and dining terrace, perfect for sunsets over Sagg Pond. The bright second floor landing, with powder bath, leads to a spacious balcony oriented to capture sunrises over the ocean, dunes, and farmland. On the main level, the graceful library with fireplace opens to the pool area via French doors. The commanding master suite has a covered porch overlooking the pool, walk-in closets and spacious bath with steam shower. Two en suite guest bedrooms, laundry room, and two-car garage complete the main level. Backup generator. Perfectly situated to enjoy the natural splendors of Sagaponack, few properties compare at this price.
Renown for farming and named with the Shinnecock Indian Nation’s word for potato, Sagaponack began in 1656 when Josiah Stanborough built its first home. The desirable combination of farm field vistas and beach vibes made Sagaponack the most expensive zip code in the United States in 2009. A handful of notable authors including Truman Capote, Kurt Vonnegut, and George Plimpton once frequented Sagaponack. Although Sagaponack is the most rural of the Hamptons towns, Wolffer Estate Vineyard Wine Stand is the place to be on Friday and Saturday for a gorgeous sunset, wine, and music.
AVERAGE SALE PRICE 2014: $8,658,454
FAVORITE RESTAURANT: Town Line BBQ
DON'T MISS: Monday Drum Circle, Sagg Beach
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