On almost 3 acres of beautiful grounds by renowned landscape architect Ed Hollander this Traditional 11,800+/- sq. ft. home designed by Barnes Coy Architects and built to the highest standards offers 7 bedrooms including grand master suite with his and her baths, 12 baths, enormous gourmet eat-in kitchen opening to casually elegant sitting room with fireplace, formal living and dining rooms, library, state-of-the-art media room, office, and screened-in porch bringing the outside in. Special features include 5 fireplaces, radiant heating, smart media systems, and all Waterworks baths with custom tile design. Finished lower level with full gym and sunken courtyard grotto with jacuzzi, sauna, steam-room, billiard room, game room, and full bar makes this home its own perfect retreat. Meticulously groomed and completely private grounds offer oversized gunite pool and waterfall, pool house with kitchen and full bath, tennis, basketball and cutting gardens. Very close to ocean beaches. New to market.
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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