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New Construction With Pool and Tennis Offered for $21 Million in Bridgehampton

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201 Sagaponack Road, Bridgehampton.  COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

201 Sagaponack Road, Bridgehampton. COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

201 Sagaponack Road, Bridgehampton.  COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

201 Sagaponack Road, Bridgehampton. COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

201 Sagaponack Road, Bridgehampton.  COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

201 Sagaponack Road, Bridgehampton. COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

201 Sagaponack Road, Bridgehampton.  COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

201 Sagaponack Road, Bridgehampton. COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

201 Sagaponack Road, Bridgehampton.  COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

201 Sagaponack Road, Bridgehampton. COURTESY DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

authorStaff Writer on Mar 15, 2023

A new construction home now nearing completion at 201 Sagaponack Road in Bridgehampton has hit the market with an asking price of $21 million.

Set on a 1.4-acre lot with southern views over the Bridgehampton Golf Club, it’s built by Christopher Peluso and Richard Perrillo, both with more than 20 years of experience developing homes on the East End.

The two developers teamed up as business partners a few years ago, and their approach to development is to build a custom home without a specific buyer, which is quite different than building a “spec” home which has broad appeal to many buyers, according to Douglas Elliman Realty.

Their first project together, 15 Wainscott Stone Road, was listed and sold with Douglas Elliman’s Martha Gundersen and Paul Brennan in 2021 for its full asking price, $11.5 million. Now, they are again partnering with Gundersen and Brennan, this time to represent 201 Sagaponack Road, a co-listing with Bespoke.

It has a modern shingle-style cedar shake exterior with horizontal cedar accents and is 12,000 square feet over three levels, including the finished lower level. There are eight bedrooms, nine full bathrooms and three half-baths.

The homes features 10.5-inch wide oak flooring, 10-foot-tall sliding glass doors, 10-foot-tall ceilings on the first floor with a 22-foot-tall great room, an 80-foot glass wall, a steel floating staircase, an elevator, four fireplaces, a Crestron audio system, a full security system, central vacuum, tile imported from Spain, Italy and Greece, and many more luxury amenities and details.

A 550-square-foot pool house complements the 18-foot-by-56-foot heated gunite pool with spa and sun shelf. The all-weather tennis court is in U.S. Open colors. An oversized three-car garage is equipped for electric vehicle charging and has heated tile floors

Douglas Elliman shared that, according the Peluso, the project at 201 Sagaponack Road appealed to the pair for a number of reasons:

“First, Sagaponack Road is one of oldest and most historic streets in the Hamptons,” he said. “It has long been home to a who’s who of national and international figures such as Ambassador Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg, designer Thomas Maier, super-agent Sandy Gallin, and famed newsman Peter Jennings. Secondly, the property itself has terrific view corridors of the Bridgehampton Golf Club and historic mature trees dating from the 1800s. And finally, the property was one of the few locations close to both beach and town that could accommodate a full-size tennis court. We know our buyer will be an active individual and will be looking for activities to do at home. While they are likely to belong to outside clubs, the availability of sports within their private gated enclave makes the home very appealing. This home is the culmination of years of home building experience and Richard and I are proud to bring it onto to the market.”

Gundersen said the property is coming on the market with perfect timing.

“The buyer can purchase and close on the property, furnish and decorate all in time for the summer season,” she said. “The home has a modern feel, featuring a 22-foot great room with a dual-sided white Italian marble fireplace in the center for entertainment and drama, but it still has the warmth and intimacy of a classical shingled Hamptons home. It exudes light and is perfect for exhibiting art, yet has intimate spaces for comfort and conversation. There is plenty of room for guests and entertaining, including a tennis court and a spa in the lower level. All areas were well thought out to really be used and enjoyed.”

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