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It’s Only 4.56 Square Miles, But Sagaponack Is Home to New York’s Priciest Real Estate

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Sanna Mander

New York’s highest zip code is in the Hamptons, on the eastern tip of Long Island, about 100 miles east of Manhattan. In the town of Southampton is Sagaponack. His 4.56-square-mile Atlantic-facing village has the most expensive real estate in the state known for just that, according to Realtor.com data. [News Corp, owner of The Wall Street Journal, also operates Realtor.com under license from the National Association of Realtors]Founded in 1653, Sagaponack has roots in potato farming and has about 350 inhabitants and more than 1,000 part-timers throughout the year. Like the rest of the Hampton enclave, the Montauk Highway is the main thoroughfare, but it’s quiet here and there are few commercial establishments. That one general store was owned by the same family for over 100 years until it was sold in 2021. He has one post office. This school is her one-room schoolhouse for approximately 12 students in grades K-3. But quaint doesn’t mean small. The zip code also has one of the largest single-family homes in the United States. The property, owned by billionaire businessman Ira Rennert, includes approximately 100,000 square feet on 64.8 acres.

Choice of Private Clubs: Of the nearby private clubs, Meadow Club in Southampton and Bashing Corporation in Southampton are about 20 minutes drive and Maidstone Club in East Hampton about 15 minutes, depending of course on traffic.

The Sagaponack Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It includes early 17th-century Sagaponack settlement dwellings, 18th-century and his 19th-century popular revival styles, and 20th-century Foursquare and Bungalow examples of his style.

town or sea? “Sagaponack Main His Street is the heart of Sagaponack,” says Douglas Elliman real estate broker Paul Brennan. “It encompasses more of the community itself, where all the old houses were clustered around a cemetery. On the other hand, today the more ocean-oriented Daniels He Lane is the granary of Sagaponack, where farming once took place. It was the zone.”

Built in 2013, this 10,000 square foot modern home in Sagaponak South is flooded with light thanks to floor-to-ceiling glass walls in the open floor plan living area. A floating travertine staircase leads to his second floor with sea views. The primary bedroom has a terrace and the additional bedroom has a private bathroom. The 1.5-acre property also features an infinity pool, pool house, outdoor shower, and outdoor kitchen and dining area. Agent: Susan Breitenbach, Corcoran Group — Bridgehampton.

This 2-acre property in the heart of historic Sagaponack dates back to the 1920s. A recently renovated four-bedroom, 3,700-square-foot farmhouse features a formal dining room and three wood-burning fireplaces. There’s also a two-bedroom, 756-square-foot cottage, his 3,200-square-foot gym with squash court, and a 2,955-square-foot barn. and an 865-square-foot artist’s studio. All buildings are pre-Sagaponack zoning. There is also a pool on site. Agents: Paul Brennan, Douglas Elliman.

The main floor of this 8,500-square-foot home leads to an outdoor living and dining patio overlooking a heated pool. There is a second bedroom suite with There are additional bedrooms on the second floor and basement, as well as an exercise room. There are tennis courts on 1.85 acres. Agent: Yorgos Tsibiridis, Compass.

All statistics except listings are as of June 2022. Source: Realtor.com

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