Sagaponack home with waterlily pond and music studio sells for $9.95M

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Jan.January 16, 2019 11:14 AM

A 3.3-acre property in Sagaponack that has been on and off the market over the past few years has sold for $9.95 million, according to Curbed, which cited data from Out East. The final sale price of the home at 836 Sagg Main Street is down from a previous listing price high of nearly $16 million. The home has eight bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, tall mahogany ceilings in the living room, floor-to-ceiling windows and doors along with a master wing with its own private massage room. The lower level of the home has a walk-in wine cellar, a media room with a wet bar, a gym and music studio. Outside, there is a waterlily pod, a heated gunite pool and a tennis court. Corcoran Group had the listing for the 9,633-square-foot property until it was picked up by Bespoke Real Estate. [Curbed]


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