Top Five Most Expensive Properties In Sag Harbor

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82 Ferry Road, Sag Harbor, $12, 500,000

Exceptionally detailed 8000 Sq ft. Nantucket style traditional estate on 1.3 glorious waterfront acres with infinity edge pool, spa and dock. All 7 bedrooms with full baths are spacious with sophisticated quality finishes. The breathtaking master suite, great room, kitchen and library all have fireplaces and tranquil water views.

22 Vitali Cilli Avenue, Sag Harbor $6,500,000

4,600 sq. ft., 3 story Captain’s house with 4 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, as well as a waterside pool and 150 ft. Dock on Upper Sag Cove. Formal Dining room and Gourmet Kitchen with water views. Professionally decorated, top of the line. In the heart of the historic district.

Location Not Disclosed, Sag Habor, $6, 250,000

Perfect orientation of home over lawns…to see miles of sandy beach to rival the best in the civilized world, as well as hundreds of acres preserved forever by the USA as a wildlife preserve. It gets even better as the sunsets settle into the Great Peconic Bay in Southampton, NY.  150′ +/- Bulkheaded at EL 10′ rising to 16′ at patio 61′ Min, zone “X”, allows for a sizable castle…if need be, more technicals on request. Better than the ocean and half the cost.  Well priced…with all permits for large house and pool for more.

60 Fourteen Hills Ct, Sag Harbor, $5,999,000

10,000 home with the look and feel of a W Hotel. Four plus bedrooms plus massive first floor and finished lower level give the feel of a sleek hotel or modern musuem.  Sculptures and modern art everywhere give the promote serenity and transformation.

Location Not Disclosed, $5,450,000

This exquisitely appointed custom built estate is situated on 3 acres overlooking the Peconic Bay near Sag Harbor with panoramic views. The home features six bedrooms and six and a half baths which includes a first floor en suite master bedroom. In addition, the first floor offers a gracious double height entry that invites you into the great room with it’s wall of glass and views of the Bay.

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