Single Family Detached, 1850 - Sagaponack, NY
Single Family Detached, 1850 - Sagaponack, NY Set back from Sagaponack Village's most prestigious lane on 2.3+/- private and tranquil acres, this classic Hamptons estate designed and custom built by Michael Davis features over 7,600+/- sq. ft. of living space above ground and over 4,400+/- sq. ft. in the finished lower level. The house has eight en-suite bedrooms, a 60' heated gunite pool and spa, pergola, pool house, outdoor kitchen and a sunken tennis court. Lush landscaping, an entry court, service entrance, and a large rear lawn make for an ideal escape from the city. The transitional design of the main house was inspired by classic colonial and shingle styles. At the rear of the house, walls of glass link indoor and outdoor living spaces. A covered porch provides an outside living room with TV and fireplace. On the main level, the entry foyer features an elegant, curving stair. The 14' high great room is detailed with paneled walls and ceiling beams. In addition, a junior master bedroom is also located on the main level and a three-car garage is connected to the house through a generous mudroom. Barn doors on the north end of the garage convert the space into a grand indoor/outdoor party area. Upstairs, the master suite is accessed from a private hall and has an outdoor terrace, and luxurious his and hers baths and walk-in closets. Elsewhere the home can accommodate up to a dozen visitors with three guest bedrooms and a flex room. The lower level provides ample opportunities for entertainment, with a media room, recreation room, wine room, golf room and gym. Plus there are an additional three en-suite bedrooms for guests or staff. An elevator connects all three levels. Access to a laundry chute is provided on both the upper level and in the kitchen. The pool house is an open-air structure outfitted with a wet bar and storage, and sited to be the perfect hub for outdoor summer gatherings. The unique details compliment those at the main house, tying all the elements of the property into one balanced design.