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European villa style estate in Sagaponack asks $10M

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The same architect who designed a building at Wölffer did this home in 2002.

Photos courtesy of Corcoran

Sited right across the street from Sagaponack’s Poxabogue Pond, the compound at 51 & 29 Poxabogue Lane has just come on the market for $10 million under Corcoran Group’s real estate agent, Lidia Latrowski-Buonanno. On 7 acres of land, the European villa style estate built in 2002 stands 6,270 square feet in size with five bedrooms and six bathrooms.

Designed by architect Peter Marren (who has also done a building for Wölffer), the home has a grand entry foyer, open floor plan, and a massive great room with 25-foot ceilings and double-height windows. Given the windows span almost the entire height of the room, the future owner will probably need to do some shopping around for extra-long curtains.

The living space also features wood beamed ceilings, a stone fireplace, a wet bar and a wide-planked wooden staircase that leads to a lofted library with views over the property grounds. An 11-foot Brazilian teak island can be found in the kitchen, as well as stainless steel appliances, heated floors, and a windowed pantry.

With vaulted ceilings, two bathrooms, and two walk-in closets, the master suite is situated in its own separate wing on one side of the house, while three guest bedrooms are located in a different wing. The master suite also includes a private patio and a stone fireplace, while the guest bedroom wing has a separated entrance and foyer, plus storage space and a steam room.

One thing that potential buyers might not like is that the home has tile floors throughout almost the entire estate—even in the master bedroom.

Outside, there’s a gunite pool, bocce court, a detached two-car garage, and entertainment space with a glass-covered pergola. The property has a one-bedroom guest cottage, but if the future owner decided they’d rather have another 4,000-square-foot home on the compound, they would need to remove this guest cottage. There’s also plenty of room for a tennis court.

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