This English Country style house is located at 243 Hedges Lane in Sagaponack, NY. It is being built by Michael Davis Design & Construction, one of the Hamptons’ premier builders, and is set to be completed in March of 2011. The home is being built where a 1930’s farmhouse used to stand. The 2.3 acre estate  boasts an entry courtyard with garden, a 10,016 square foot main house, a 60 foot saltwater radiant heated swimming pool with spa, a 530 square foot pool house, tennis court, and a fully restored 1,040 square foot cottage. The spacious main residence will boast 8 bedrooms, 8 full and 3 half bathrooms, and an elevator that services all 3 floors. The 3,993 square foot first level boasts an entry foyer, guest suite, living room, library, formal dining room, gourmet kitchen with 2 islands and a butler’s pantry, walk-in food pantry,  large combined breakfast area and family room, den, mud room, side entrance, laundry room, and a 3-car garage.

The 2,952 square foot second level boasts a large master suite, master deck overlooking 48 acres of reserved farmland, and 4 additional bedrooms suites. On the 3,071 square foot lower level is a home theater, 2 bedroom suites, rec room, gym with full bath, steam room, sauna and wine room.

The outdoor living area consists of a large bluestone patio, covered porch, and a BBQ area.

The fully restored circa 1840 guest cottage boasts a living room, large kitchen, 2 bedrooms and 1-1/2 baths.

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  • Grrrowler

    It’s a nice enough looking house, but for my taste there are too many bedrooms. I suppose in a vacation house there may be lots of weekend guests so having many bedrooms makes sense. I don’t like how one has to go through the kitchen to get to the family from the entrance hall and living room.




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  • Iemand

    If i’m right; some builders company is building an almost 20 million dollar house, but it’s not specified to the owners wishes?

    I just don’t understand it, why are you building homes when you don’t have the people for it? As a architecture student being told what we do is build homes for people, not for the market to sell. Why?




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  • CincyRob

    Great point. It is a sure way to lose money building spec homes at such a high price. I would like to hae a nice client base before stepping into the high end custom home area. I love his designs though. Not for twenty million but I do love them.




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  • Gatsbyesque

    It’d make a lovely country house. I don’t quite understand the oddly placed bedroom just to the left of the foyer, but other than that, it seems quite cozy.




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