Two Pricey Properties Sell On Sagg Main Street - 27 East

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Two Pricey Properties Sell On Sagg Main Street

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authorStaff Writer on Jul 3, 2019

There’s been two big sales recently on Sagaponack Main Street—or, Sagg Main Street, depending on who you’re talking to—and one sold property doesn’t even have a house on it.

The Sagaponack Village property in question sold for $7.5 million. The address is 610 Sagg Main Street and, according to The Real Estate Report Inc., the seller was 610 Sagg Main Redux LLC and the buyer was 610 Sagg Main LLC. No points for creativity to this pair.

The 2.8-acre parcel located on a tree-lined cul-de-sac had been listed with Beate Moore of Sotheby’s for $8.95 million. According to Sotheby’s, the property can accommodate an 8,500-square-foot residence plus an accessory structure, a pool and a tennis court.

Up the road a little, 778 Sagaponack Main Street was sold by Alan C Stock and Patrick Ryan for $6.3 million to Chana and Cliff Chenfeld. It had been listed with Susan Breitenbach of Corcoran. The most recent asking price, after a reduction, was $7 million.

Set far south, the 1.75-acre property abutting reserves is a short walk or bike ride to Sagg Main Beach.

The traditional-style residence built in 1957 is 2,500 square feet and has five bedrooms and three bathrooms. While it could be used as-is, the listing suggests that this is a property to “build your dream home” on.

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