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Sagaponack compound with century-old farmhouse comes on the market for $9.95M

Farm-like living in Sagaponack

All photos, Sotheby’s

A compound in Sagaponack just went up for sale, asking $9,950,000.

The farmhouse, which serves as the main residence, was built circa 1896. The main residence sits only 3,376-square-feet with five bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms. The lot size totals at just over one acre.

The main residence has been restored since it was first built over 120 years ago, but many of the original details have been preserved, such as the wainscoting and molding.

The living room features high, beamed, cathedral ceilings and a fireplace. The architecture throughout the space is incredibly open and airy, with large floor-to-ceiling windows that bring in lots of light and connects residents wth the farmland that surrounds the property.

In the master suite, one will find a walk-in closet (or dressing room) and a small study space, while the bathroom features a steam shower, soaking tub, and dual vanities.

The home is wired with Sonos Home Audio and Nest Thermostats.

Notably, this property is perfect for people who enjoy gardening—whether the extent of their gardening is a couple potted pansies in the springtime, herbs, or home-grown vegetables to use in the kitchen.

The greenhouse has been home to organic fruits, vegetables, herbs, and even honey, according to the listing.

As for the other structures on the property, there is a guest cottage which previously served as a barn, the pool house which has a gym and steam shower, and a two-car garage.

The price? Normally, a 3,376-square-foot home on an acre of land wouldn’t do a very good job at convincing anyone that it’s worth almost $10 million.

But given the architecture, the space that’s available, and the structures on the property, the listing price may not be all that ridiculous. Similar homes in Sagaponack hover around the same pricetag as this property.