Sagaponack always ranks highly on annual lists of the most expensive ZIP codes and the priciest small towns in America. Sagaponack Village and Sagaponack North have many sprawling estates and gorgeous mansions with every modern amenity. Among the residents are Ira Rennert, whose Fairfield is said to be the largest single-family residence in the U.S., and Late Night host Jimmy Fallon.
79 Parsonage Lane, $23.0 million
Built by Michael Davis, this estate reflects the best work of a builder who has always been identified with quality and elegance. It is 8,400 square feet with nine bedrooms, 10 full and three half baths, state-of-the-art kitchen, spacious family room with breakfast area, wood paneled library, dining room, living room and den/media room. The finished lower level is an additional 3,900 square feet and includes a movie theater, gym, wine room, living room and two bedrooms. The 4-acre grounds have more than 50 varieties of specimen plantings, stone patios, a tennis court, a 20-by-60-foot heated saltwater pool and a pool house with kitchenette, recreation room, spa lounge, steam room and sauna. View the ocean, watch the sun rise and set, sunbathe or just get away from it all on the private roof top deck.
828 Sagg Main, $22.995 million
Under construction by Jay Bialsky on more than 3 acres, this 7,690-square-foot residence down a long winding driveway has seven bedrooms, 9.5 baths and five fireplaces. Though traditional in style, the house is contemporized by numerous modern touches, according to the real estate listing. Highlights include a double-height great room with westward sunset views from full-length bay windows, a library, three-floor elevator, master bedroom with private office, mahogany “tilt & turn” windows and doors, custom kitchen of oak and stainless steel with Miele, Wolf and SubZero appliances, and a butler’s pantry. The finished lower level boasts a family room, bunk bedroom, gym, theater, and wine cellar with tasting room. Outside are a 1,100-square-foot bluestone patio, multiple covered porches, a Har-Tru tennis court, a pool, lap pool, pool house with a grand outdoor kitchen and entertaining and dining areas. The three-car garage has soundproofing and a 16-zone geothermal HVAC system.
62 Farmview Drive, $6.75 million
This traditional has seven bedrooms and six and a half baths on 1.60 acres. It was originally built in 1982 but renovated in 1999 by Francis Fleetwood. Cutting gardens and established plantings were designed by Victoria Fensterer, who notably designed Gray Gardens. Interior spaces are relaxed and comfortable from eat-in country kitchen to media room, according to the listing, which adds that when formally entertaining, the dining room and living room offer unexpected elegance.
113 Seascape Lane, $6.459 million
This traditional is south of Montauk Highway, less than a mile from the ocean. By builder Michael Davis, it is 6,500 square feet with ocean and pond views. The ceiling reaches nearly 28 feet with hand-hewn barn beams. According to the listing, the antique wood floor blends seamlessly with the Subzero & Wolf kitchen featuring soap stone counter tops and zinc stove hood and center island. The focal point the first-floor entertaining area is the stone fireplace and multiple seating areas. Each of the five bedrooms includes a unique en suite bathroom with high-end bath fittings, tile and moldings. The separate master wing has its own sitting area/office and large marble bath and soaking tub. Outside are multiple patios, a built-in barbecue and raised vegetable/herb gardens. The heated 20-by-50-foot pool comes with a spa and retractable safety cover, a pool house with its own bath, outdoor shower and wet bar. Other amenities include a media room, three-car garage and lush landscaping.
649 Hedges Lane, $6.25 million
On 1.5 acres of luscious landscaped land, a crisp clean 3,600-square-foot Modern beach house including four bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths give way to a beautiful 20-by-40-foot pool and open lawn space, according to the listing. There is a sunken tennis court oriented north-south and the ocean can be heard from the backyard.