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LOCATION: 550 Parsonage Lane, Sagaponack, NY

SQUARE FOOTAGE: 12,000

BEDROOMS & BATHROOMS: 8 bedrooms & 11 bathrooms

PRICE: $24,995,000

This shingle & brick mansion is located at 550 Parsonage Lane in Sagaponack, NY and is situated on 10 acres of land. 

It was built in 2007 and features approximately 12,000 square feet of living space with 8 bedrooms, 10 full and 1 half bathrooms, 2-story foyer with staircase, formal living & dining rooms, great room, sunroom, gourmet kitchen, breakfast/family room, paneled home office/library, billiards room with wet bar, home theater, gym, garage and more. 

Outdoor features include a motor court, balconies, 2 loggias, patio, BBQ, fireplace, swimming pool with spa, pool house and a tennis court. 

It is listed at $24,995,000.

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  • WILF

    Beautiful. HUGE lot, nice long drive way, tons of privacy, lots to do and a kitchen with two refrigerators. What’s not to love




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  • Rob

    It’s really refreshing to see a place that is actually reasonably priced, especially in a ridiculously overpriced real estate market like New York.

    Huge lot, nice house, great neighborhood, and about half what a 4 bedroom penthouse in the concrete jungle would cost.




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    • Tristan

      Yeah Rob, all of New York is overpriced…you clearly don’t know much about New York or real estate.




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      • Rob

        New York is in the top 10 most expensive real estate markets in the world, and for the record I never claimed that all of New York is overpriced. Though the city undoubtedly is.

        But it’s really a matter of opinion. I have absolutely no interest in living there, but people who love it might very well be willing to pay 8 figures for a 2,000 square foot apartment with no privacy in a city run by socialists. Different strokes you know.




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        • Tristan

          You said “ridiculously overpriced real estate market like New York”. You didn’t restrict your comment to New York City – and why would you, this property is clearly not in NYC, but it is in New York.

          I bet you’re the kind of person who is all about “alternative facts”.




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          • Rob

            The Hamptons are also overpriced. Nowhere else is even relevant but the city and The Hamptons when discussing high end real estate in NY.

            I would have expected this place to be at least twice the price if not significantly more. Though this applies more to homes that are beach/waterfront of course. A half acre and 4-5,000 sf direct waterfront in The Hamptons could easily set you back several million dollars. Not worth it IMO




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