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What’s included in a new Sagaponack estate asking $16M?

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Some serious landscaping—including a water lily pond

All photos, Corcoran

An estate at 836 Sagg Main Street in Sagaponack just went up for sale, asking $15,950,000.

Buit in 2004, the main house is 6,870-square-feet, on a 3.3-acre lot. The property includes a gated, hedge-lined driveway, covered patios, uncovered patios, a heated gunite pool with natural stone, a vanishing hot tub (mysterious!), an all-weather tennis court, and a cabana.

In particular, the landscaping on the property is impressive—to say the least. The tennis court is literally surrounded by honeysuckle and wisteria.

Three sides of the property have high hedges for privacy, and the final side looks out to farm views. The rest of the property has specimen trees, shrubs, and perennials. Oh, and there’s a water lily pond near the pool.

Inside, the architecture is described on the listing as “sexy,” and honestly, it’s not far off. With dark hardwood vaulted ceilings and stone floors, one can really get behind that description.

The home is complete with eight bedrooms and nine-and-a-half bathrooms, so there’s plenty of space for guests. The master suite includes a sitting area, massage room with sauna, and a spacious dressing room with plenty of room for seating or a vanity.

The master bathroom has a multi-head shower and a huge window next to the bathtub, though it looks high enough up that there would be plenty of privacy. What would all those hedges be for, otherwise?

Other features include a finished lower level with media room, gym, and wine room.

Homes nearby go for similar listing prices, including 515 Parsonage Lane, which is just two miles away. Though, the Parsonage Lane home is a bit further from the ocean, it is worth noting that it is less expensive—and almost 5,000-square-feet larger.