Sagaponack holds the title of the most expensive ZIP code in the United States, and it’s clear why. The oceanfront is lined with beautiful homes, including Ira Rennert’s Fairfield, said to be the largest single-family home in the country and also the highest-taxed property in the Tri-State. This quintet of homes for $2.5 million or less could very well be considered bargains in comparison, but they are more luxurious than most houses you’ll find.
This 1930s potato barn recently underwent a transformation into a Modern home. Located on 1.3 acres the 2,300-square-foot residence has three bedrooms and two baths. Rooms are lofty, open and full of natural light. The heat is gas and the home also had central air conditioning. Outdoors, the 60-foot gunite pool is heated and a spa features a waterfall, shielded by privet. The grounds also include gardens, an orchard and private dining area with koi pond beneath a grape arbor. For more information, contact Barbara Blumberg at Douglas Elliman Real Estate, 631-267-7322.
This 3,000-square-foot Modern Barn on 2.45 acres with has five bedrooms and three baths. The bedrooms include two master suite—one upstairs and one downstairs. The large living room has double-height ceilings and a fireplace and there is a second fireplace in the dining room, adjacent to the open kitchen with nearly panoramic views. Backing up to a preserve, the property has exceptional privacy. In addition to established trees and gardens, the grounds have a koi pond, patios and a heated vinyl pool. For more information, contact Corcoran Group Real Estate at 631-899-0307.
Sitting on 3.7 acres minutes away from the beach, this three-bay English Barn sits at the end of a long gated driveway, opening to an expansive meadow that offers sunrise and sunset views. The completely renovated, sun-drenched home with three bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms features original hand hewn and doweled wood beams plus two brick fireplaces. It has a great room, a sitting room, a dining area and a kitcehn with a Nevada river fossil rock and Vermont soap stone sink. Among the amenities are Bose surround sound, central air conditioning, a heated pool and several patios. Additionally, the property boasts an artist cottage with loft. For more information contact Robert Nelson at Brown Harris Stevens, 631-204-2419.
On 3.5 acres, this Modern with central air conditioning is 3,500 square feet with five bedrooms and five baths includes two masters that bookend the large finished and furnished basement, airy living room and guest rooms. The property, ideally situated across the street from Poxabogue Park, has a poolside deck, a basketball hoop and a Har-Tru tennis court. For more information contact Jeanine Edington at Douglas Elliman Real Estate, 631-287-0070.
This Farmhouse at the end of a cul-de-sac is sited on 1.54 acres adjacent to a nature conservancy. The residence has four bedrooms—but could have as many as six bedrooms—plus four full baths. There kitchen is eat-in with stainless steel appliances. The dining room is formal and the great room has a fireplace. Additional rooms include a den, a vaulted media and game room and a gym. There is a master suite with spa bath on both the first and second floors. Among the house’s many amenities are a two-car garage, walk-in closets, a multi-zone HVAC system and central vacuum. Outdoor amenities include a heating swimming pool with spacious deck perfect for dining and entertaining, and an all-weather tennis court. For more information, contact Rik Kristiansson at Corcoran, 631-204-2616.