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What $7M buys you in Sagaponack

Another installment of Curbed Comparisons

Sotheby’s International Realty

Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can buy or rent for a certain price in the Hamptons. Today, we’re looking at what a $7 million budget will get you in one of the most sought-after locations in the Hamptons—Sagaponack.


138 Sagg Main Street: $6,995,000

Built in 1934, this home has 3,842 square feet of living space on two acres, with four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms. Previously available for rent, this home was listed for sale in January of this year and hasn’t changed price since coming on the market.

The renovated farmhouse features bleached floors, an over-sized kitchen, a screened-in porch, vaulted master suite with private deck, and a heated pool. The property is located next to a nature preserve, and zoning allows the home to expand up to 7,246 square feet.


182 Ericas Lane: $6,950,000

Though this home is slightly less expensive, it’s larger with 4,300 square feet of space, and closer to the ocean. Located off Daniel’s Lane, the 1.24-acre property is less than a mile from the ocean at Town Line Beach—whereas the previous home is two miles from the closest ocean beach on Sagg Main.

The home features four bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, farm views, a heated gunite pool, half-court basketball, cathedral ceilings in the great room, a wall of glass with sliding French doors, a balcony off the master suite, two-car garage, and finished lower level.


16 Old Barn Lane: $6,900,000

Our least expensive home is asking just around the same price tag as the other two homes, but it’s the largest home that we’re featuring at 5,000 square feet on 1.7 acres. Built in 1920, the home has six bedrooms and five full bathrooms, along with exposed beams in the living room, a gourmet kitchen, lofted ceilings, dining patios, decking, a heated gunite pool, a pool house, and a two-car garage.

Located off Hedges Lane, the property is about the same driving distance to Town Line Beach as the Ericas Lane home, though it’s set further back from the ocean. The home was listed for sale back in November of 2016 for $7,495,000 and lowered the asking price in May.


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