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$11.995M Sag Harbor home has see-through wine cellar

This Sag Harbor home, which has an infinity-edge

This Sag Harbor home, which has an infinity-edge pool, is lined with floor-to-ceiling walls of glass that look out to Sag Harbor Bay. Credit: Douglas Elliman Real Estate

A newly constructed waterfront home in Sag Harbor designed by architect Peter Cook is on the market for $11.995 million.

The smart home — with lighting, temperature and shades operated by smartphone — features a transparent, climate-controlled wine cellar situated in the middle of the walkout lower level that holds 1,000 bottles and leads to a tasting table.

The nine-bedroom, 12-bathroom home, which sits on a 0.80-acre property with an infinity-edge pool, is lined with floor-to-ceiling walls of glass that look out to Sag Harbor Bay. “It’s a special piece of property,” says developer Bruce Bronster, noting the surrounding greenery, creeks and water views. “We wanted to take full advantage of it.”

The open concept of the 6,760-square-foot modern house includes a living room with a fireplace, marble wall and bank of double-height windows. That flows into a kitchen and a glass-encased dining room that leads to a covered porch overlooking the pool and water.

The master wing includes a bathroom with Italian cabinetry and two showers, and a wall of glass that includes oversized sliders opening to a 500-square-foot private deck. A separate wing features four additional en suite bedrooms. There is a home theater on the lower level.

The property includes a cabana that is situated alongside the in-ground pool and spa, and a detached two-car garage.

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