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$65,000 July
  • July to Labor Day$140,000
  • August to Labor Day$75,000
  • Short Term$32,500
Transportation
Coast
Essentials
Price $140,000
Style single-family
Bedrooms 5
Bathrooms 7
Stories 3 or more
Approx. Sq. Ft. 5,000
Acreage .93
Year Built 1734
Key Features
South Of The Highway
Pool
Heated Pool
Central Air
Breakfast Area
Finished Basement
Hot Tub/Spa
Pool/Guest House
Sprinkler System

Situated on a shy acre this stunning vintage 5,000+/- sq. ft. farmhouse in bucolic Sagaponack South has just entered the market. The home, which was originally built in the early 1700's, has modern amenities which blend seamlessly together with the classic farmhouse style. As you enter the front parlor there is a dual fireplace which leads to the formal living room, separate dining room, recently updated kitchen and staff room. The master bedroom with fireplace and three additional bedrooms make up the second floor. There is also finished media and laundry room in the lower level and the third floor of the house offers an additional two small bedrooms and bath!. Serene grounds with stunning specimen trees offer the perfect backdrop for the heated gunite pool & pool house with bath which is adjoined to the barn styled garage. The tea house which is nestled amongst the gardens is a quiet place to retreat to for afternoon tea or entertaining. Not to be missed.

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Rental Rates
July $65,000
July to Labor Day $140,000
August to Labor Day $75,000
Short Term $32,500
Rental Availability
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Sagaponack
In 2006 Sagaponack ranked number one on Forbes.com's list of the most expensive zip codes in America.
Sagaponack's classic shingled mansions on wide open spaces is one good reason why. This luxury of land contributes to unexpected juxtapositions, such as horses cavorting in a pasture next to beach. Choosing a beach can be a dilemma. Gibson Beach or Sagg Main Beach? The beautiful ocean beaches are everywhere here. And so are the beautiful people.
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$65,000 July
  • July to Labor Day$140,000
  • August to Labor Day$75,000
  • Short Term$32,500
Essentials
Price $140,000
Style single-family
Bedrooms 5
Bathrooms 7
Stories 3 or more
Approx. Sq. Ft. 5,000
Acreage .93
Year Built 1734

Situated on a shy acre this stunning vintage 5,000+/- sq. ft. farmhouse in bucolic Sagaponack South has just entered the market. The home, which was originally built in the early 1700's, has modern amenities which blend seamlessly together with the classic farmhouse style. As you enter the front parlor there is a dual fireplace which leads to the formal living room, separate dining room, recently updated kitchen and staff room. The master bedroom with fireplace and three additional bedrooms make up the second floor. There is also finished media and laundry room in the lower level and the third floor of the house offers an additional two small bedrooms and bath!. Serene grounds with stunning specimen trees offer the perfect backdrop for the heated gunite pool & pool house with bath which is adjoined to the barn styled garage. The tea house which is nestled amongst the gardens is a quiet place to retreat to for afternoon tea or entertaining. Not to be missed.

Rental Rates
July $65,000
July to Labor Day $140,000
August to Labor Day $75,000
Short Term $32,500
Rental Availability
Rental Availability by month in 2019 Available Unavailable
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
South Of The Highway
Pool
Heated Pool
Central Air
Breakfast Area
Finished Basement
Hot Tub/Spa
Pool/Guest House
Sprinkler System
Sagaponack
In 2006 Sagaponack ranked number one on Forbes.com's list of the most expensive zip codes in America.
Sagaponack's classic shingled mansions on wide open spaces is one good reason why. This luxury of land contributes to unexpected juxtapositions, such as horses cavorting in a pasture next to beach. Choosing a beach can be a dilemma. Gibson Beach or Sagg Main Beach? The beautiful ocean beaches are everywhere here. And so are the beautiful people.
Explore Sagaponack
Transportation
Coast