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561 Sagg Main Street

Hamptons Classic Sagaponack South Farm House Near Ocean
english/country | for Rent
WEB ID: 76281
  • 8 BEDS
  • 8 BATHS
  • 7000 APPROX. SQFT
  • 1.30 ACREAGE
  • POOL
  • BUILT 1960

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August to Labor Day
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The Details

About 561 Sagg Main Street

Sagaponack 18th century style two story historic masterpiece completely renovated and redesigned to accommodate modern day lifestyles. The 7,000 sq. ft. 8 bedroom, 8 bath home offers exceptional entertaining possibilities with 3 master suites, en suite bedrooms, formal dining and living room, gourmet marble and mahogany chef's kitchen, breakfast area, den, media room, 8 flat screen TVs, wirele...

key features
  • South of the highway
  • Fireplace
  • Heated pool
  • Central air
  • Furnished
  • garage
  • Breakfast area
  • Library

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Get to know Sagaponack

One of the poshest villages in the Hamptons, Sagaponack is situated in the town of Southampton between Bridgehampton and Wainscott. The tiny, roughly triangular land mass checks in at only 4.7 square miles, yet it possesses some of the most valuable real estate in the nation; indeed, its ZIP Code routinely ranks as the costliest in America, so it’s not the place to look for a bargain. The roster of boldfaced names of current and former residents reads like the guest list of the country’s most exalted dinner party: Caroline Kennedy, Lloyd Blankfein, Truman Capote, Billy Joel, Kurt Vonnegut, Jimmy Fallon, cartoonist Charles Addams, actor Roy Scheider. Sagaponack’s Daniels Lane, which runs parallel to the coast (and Sagg Main Beach and Gibson Beach) just might be the priciest street in America. Sagaponack is indelibly connected, somewhat infamously, with billionaire Ira Rennert, who scandalized locals when he built arguably the biggest home in America; the main house alone (and there are other buildings) measures 66,000 square feet.

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