Buying and selling real estate in the communities of Long Island
Rich Cribs: Privacy and views on 33 Hamptons acres, and more
LOTS OF LAND. A 33-acre Sagaponack South property is on the market for $65 million. The home, built in 2000, is on Sagg Pond with views of the ocean. It is next to 19 acres of protected land.
The main house is 11,700 square feet. There’s a small outbuilding on the property that houses an exercise studio.
Interior features include the mahogany-paneled library. All eight bedrooms have views of the water or the fields. The property has a pool, a spa and a tennis court as well as two wine cellars. Julie Briggs and Debbie Loeffler of The Corcoran Group are marketing the property. -- Valerie Kellogg
TWO IN ONE. You can entertain, escape or create a family compound on this Syosset property, which has two houses.
On the market for $2.249 million, it comes with a ranch-style main house and a one-bedroom cottage. Both houses were built with entertaining and open space in mind, says Barbara Tomko of Laffey Fine Homes, who is listing them with Sharyn Hyman.
The main house -- which has four bedrooms, two full baths and three half-baths -- has high ceilings, wood floors and a modern kitchen and dining area. The master bedroom suite, which has two room-size master closets, opens to the patio.
Tucked away on the property is the cottage, which has a basement, laundry facilities, a kitchen, a dining room and a living room with a cozy fireplace. There is an in-ground pool. The patio includes a barbecue area and a cook center. -- Elizabeth Gyori