Ready to Start Modern Farm House New Construction
Ready to start Modern Farm House New Construction, crafted on 2+ Cleared Acres in the Village of Sagaponack close to Ocean Beaches & Main Street Bridgehampton, walking distance to Wolffer Estate Vinyards.
Open concept living spaces seamlessly merge with the outdoors, creating the ultimate experience of bringing the outdoors in. 9,000 SF +/- seamlessly intertwine on the custom designed levels of living space, custom kitchen, imported stones, exotic woods and sliding walls of glass are a taste of the core elements of this home.
Lower level are spaces of ultimate relaxation and comfort. Workout in the gym, enjoy a movie or sip some wine the choice is yours. Principle bedrooms on the second floor. A custom pool/spa with fire pits, water features & waterfalls and private pool house & pavilions are adorned by designed landscaping. Plus extensive covered patios with fireplaces for enjoying pool area and beautiful yard.
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Just minutes from the shops at the heart of Bridgehampton. Find anything from luxury brands to up-and-coming pop-up shops to local staples.
Enjoy wine at Wolffer Estate Vineyards, pop into Bridgehampton to dine at one of its many restaurants or easily make your way over to the resaturants of Sag Harbour and East Hampton from this central location.
This stunning custom home is just minutes away from some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, making this the perfect summer getaway.
The name Sagaponack comes from the Shinnecock Indian Nation word for "land of the big ground nuts", in reference to the Ground Nut (Apios americana). A common misconception is that the name referred to potatoes, the predominant crop grown by farmers who first settled the area. Many of the huge estates in the village were built on former potato fields. Its first settler was Josiah Stanborough in 1656. The village was originally called Sagg.
Sag Harbor, just north of Sagaponack, is believed to have derived its name from the village. West of Sagaponack is a place that the Indians called Mecox, now a hamlet on the west side of Sagaponack Lake in the town of Bridgehampton.