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New Construction On Merchants Path Sells For $4M

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94 Merchants Path

94 Merchants Path

94 Merchants Path

94 Merchants Path

94 Merchants Path

94 Merchants Path

94 Merchants Path

94 Merchants Path

94 Merchants Path

94 Merchants Path

94 Merchants Path

94 Merchants Path

94 Merchants Path

94 Merchants Path

94 Merchants Path

94 Merchants Path

94 Merchants Path

94 Merchants Path

94 Merchants Path

94 Merchants Path

authorStaff Writer on Aug 22, 2019

A newly built residence at 94 Merchants Path in Bridgehampton — or in “Sagaponack North,” depending on the source — has sold for $4 million.

The buyer of this property overlooking a horse sanctuary was Morgan Budman, according to The Real Estate Report Inc.

On 1 acre, the 6,000-square-foot residence has six bedrooms, six full bathrooms and one half-bath. A 24-foot double-height entry welcomes visitors.

The second-floor master has its own spacious deck, and a junior master can be found on the first floor. There is an eat-in kitchen and three light-filled formal/informal entertaining rooms. Among the amenities are a gunite pool, a finished basement and a two-car garage with high-speed electric vehicle charger.

Jacqueline Eghrari-Sabet sold the land in 2017, while it was vacant, for $907,000. The developed property had been listed for $4.35 million with Patrick McLaughlin of Douglas Elliman.

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