Located at 134 Narrow Lane East in Sagaponack, a 3-acre farm has listed for $12.5 million. The property features both a brand new 7,300-square-foot main house and a fully renovated 2,600-square-foot farmhouse from the 1920s, plus a two-car garage with an apartment, and five restored original barns.
Interiors include a fireplace, and a bar for entertaining, bleached hard oak floors, shiplap paneling, handmade barn doors, and hand-wrought iron balusters. A total of seven ensuite bedrooms can be found throughout the compound, from the main house to the two-bedroom restored farmhouse, and the terrace apartment suite.
There’s plenty of space to keep horses inside the restored potato barn, which has three horse stalls as well as a groom’s lounge with a full bathroom and a loft sitting area.
Outside, there’s a heated saltwater gunite pool and a pool house that was built, according to the listing, “from the original Marconi wireless telegraph station from Sagg Main Beach.” For those who love wine and a little secrecy, there’s a 300-foot long climate-controlled tunnel with a wine cave.
According to an email that we got to our tipline, there were lots of people at the open house last week—the reader told us that there were what seemed like “100 people there,” and Sotheby’s representative, Dana Trotter, told Curbed:
We had an incredible turnout at our open house. I have been doing this over 20 years and have never had the response to a new listing like this. There were probably about 50 brokers there and everyone was in awe and several said they had ‘goosebumps’ about how special the property is. And they all said ‘this is going to go fast.’
It definitely sounds like there’s been some interest in the estate.
In 2015, the property was purchased for $2.3 million.
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- 132 Narrow Lane East [Sotheby’s]