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Rich Cribs: Two big Sagaponack sales

Two multimillion-dollar, Michael Davis-built homes in Sagaponack have

Two multimillion-dollar, Michael Davis-built homes in Sagaponack have sold within a week, according to the Long Island Real Estate Report and to the builder. The first, at 243 Hedges Lane, sold May 19 for $19.25 million. The eight-bedroom, eight-bath, three-half-bath English country home on 2.3 acres had been listed for $19.5 million, says Davis, whose construction company is based on Sagaponack. The 6,945-square-foot house has a master suite with a fireplace, an outdoor roof deck and a bathroom with radiant hear, a steam shower and his-and-hers walk-in closets. There's also an elevator, a gym, sauna and steam room, a 3-dimensional home theater, a restored 1840s guest cottage, a saltwater pool and a pool house. Photo Credit: Michael Davis Design and Construction

Two multimillion-dollar, Michael Davis-built homes in Sagaponack have sold within a week, according to both the Long Island Real Estate Report and the builder.

The first, at 243 Hedges Lane (pictured above), sold May 19 for $19.25 million within a week of being completed, says Davis, whose Michael Davis Design & Construction company is based in Sagaponack. The eight-bedroom, eight-bath, three-half-bath English country home on 2.3 acres had been listed for $19.5 million, Davis says. The house has a master suite with a fireplace, an outdoor roof deck and a bathroom with radiant heat, a steam shower and his-and-hers walk-in closets. There's also an elevator, a gym, sauna and steam room, a 3-D home theater, a restored 1840s guest cottage, a saltwater pool and a pool house.

The second home, at 232 Parsonage Lane, sold May 20 for $22.5 million. It had been listed for $24.95 million. Located on 7.5 acres, the English farmhouse has eight bedrooms, a redone 250-year-old barn, a carriage house, a pool, a pool house with spa facilities and a sunken tennis court. The house also has green features, such as geothermal heating/air-conditioning and solar panels.

The homes sold to limited liability companies, and Davis would not reveal who the actual buyers were.

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