A Shingled House For Sale Near Sagg Beach

113 Seascape Sagaponack for sale cvrI have a weakness for traditional shingled houses like this one in the Hamptons, so when I saw it was for sale in the South Sagaponack area, I had to check it out. It sits on almost an acre near Sagg Beach and is listed at about $6.5 million. Take a look:

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The listing says: “On a private lane, built by notable builder Michael Davis this 6,500 sq. ft. traditional has ocean and pond views. The soaring ceiling reaches close to 28 feet, with beautiful hand-hewn barn beams and dramatic windows.”

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“The focal point of this dramatic open first floor entertaining area is the stone fireplace and multiple seating areas.”

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The house has 5 bedrooms and 5.5 baths.

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“Each of the five bedrooms is ensuite, each bath unique with high end bath fittings, tile and moldings.”

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The laundry room is large enough for two washers and dryers:

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From the listing: “Along with the barn beams, the antique wood floor blends seamlessly with the Subzero & Wolf kitchen featuring soapstone countertops and zinc stove hood and center island.”

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white kitchen beamed ceilings Hamptons house

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The property has raised vegetable and herb gardens.

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The pool house:

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The house was built in 2009 by Michael Davis Design & Construction and you can see more of his projects on his website (thanks to Daniel for telling me about it!). For more photos and information about this one, check the Corcoran listing.

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Comments

  1. says

    Love this house – every bit of it! I woudl probably place a couch in front of the big fireplace vs the chairs. Thank you so much for posting xxx Marta

  2. Christina from Dallas says

    This is sooo pretty! I just love everything about it from the outside to the inside. Must be nice to have Hamptons money.

  3. says

    It breaks my heart that they are selling this. Why? I probably shouldn’t worry though, huh? LOL!
    I would call this as close to perfection as one could get.

  4. grapevine93 says

    Reminds me of Ina Garten’s home. Really lovely! Does seem a mite sterile in the “staging” Wouldn’t keep me from buying it if I was in thAt market.

  5. Jennah says

    WOW! I can’t imagine even the possibility of calling this “mine”. It’s perfect. Thanks for posting, Julia!

  6. says

    If I could build a home from scratch, this would be it! Super AMAZING!!! Thanks for the post!

  7. says

    This is also the kind of house that I love! Nothing more charming than a shingled-style home.

    I simply love this one, Julia.

    Have a blessed week!

    Luciane at HomeBunch.com

  8. says

    I love all the nooks and crannys! But one thing I have always wondered about pools like that…where the grass comes right up to the edge, with no patio around…it looks great…but after a day of splashing around and the kids hopping in and out, are you left with a muddy lawn around it?

      • Lisa T. says

        There would probably be lots of grass clippings in the pool, too. I like wood patios around pools the most because they don’t get so hot on your tootsies. You don’t see a lot of them, though.

        • Alie B says

          Lisa, I think wooden decks are less popular around pools because of the slip factor. I agree though….love the look of them!

  9. Rebecca C. says

    Give me more color! I know for a fact that stagers put color into a house when they stage. This staging kind of washes out everything. Otherwise, this is a great house, for when I win the lottery.

    • Alie B says

      I agree. I miss the color when I look at these photos. The home is fabulous of course, but it does seem a bit chilly.

  10. says

    The house is beautiful and impressive, but what I love most is the simplicity of the indoor spaces. The owner/stagers have not over-decorated, thus showcasing the architectural beauty and the beautiful grounds. A lovely home.

  11. Jenny says

    Is that huge piece of glass on the bathtub a swinging door? It would seem to be attached to the other glass with hinges.

  12. Destiny says

    There isn’t a thing I don’t love about this one, except … I DON’T LIVE THERE!
    I love the toned down and straight forward simplicity. I do see personal touches, but they aren’t overdone which allows my attention to be drawn to the amazeball details, something I often have to hunt for. SO LOVELY! (Thanks for setting me back emotionally, Julia! “I love my little house, I love my little house…”)

  13. Laura says

    I guess it’s just me, but I’d take an older shingle-style over this. The exterior of this is beautiful, but I’m not a fan of the cathedral ceilings, freestanding fireplace and barn beams. Give me a period house with beadboard, gorgeous woodwork, antique lighting, and a human-sized kitchen any day!

  14. Mer says

    That is drool-worthy! I’d love to stay at an inn like that for the weekend…I can’t even imagine actually living there! Wowza!

  15. Kim says

    What a gorgeous house! I love the wood beams and the traditional bedrooms.

  16. says

    Well, I bought three lottery tickets this weekend. Decided I can no longer play the “what house would we buy if we won the lottery” game if we never play. Every weekend I shall play the lottery until I can buy a house, maybe like this, maybe not. But a dream house never-the-less.

  17. Esther George says

    Hi Julia that is some BIG home but terribly beautiful. I would feel like an ant in there need a ladder to reach everything HAH…. I can just imagine. Thank you for sharing. I can also imagine my husband fussing about the lawn. All the men in our street are really funny about their lawn. Is this a guy thing? Regards Esther from Sydney

  18. Lisa says

    Such a beautiful house.
    Some of the outside shots look like the house that Ina Garten uses for the Barefoot Contessa. It’s not the same house, right?

    Thanks for posting the pictures!

  19. Carolyn says

    Love it, even if it’s a whopper of a house. Needs a big family to fill it up. Have always liked the shingle style, and appreciate a new one with the traditional elements done in today’s aesthetic. My two favorites: the built-in daybed/window seat with its own TV next to the fireplace and the blue and white upstairs bedroom.

  20. Jcrn says

    I love it, especially the stone fireplace and large dining table. Only one exception: the wooden beams in the kitchen ceilings with can lights ( or similar types) Seems a bit jarring to my eye. I might have left out the beams even though they are lovely ones.

  21. Sarah says

    OMFrick…this house is supercalifragalistic-awesome. I love the calming blues and greens and the mix of the old barn look and the kind of mod sofa in the office. Yum.

  22. Karen says

    This is a lovely home and I like a lot of the details–love the exterior and the garden area. It needs a huge family. For my tastes I prefer something smaller-scaled with period details like bead board, gorgeous woodwork, antique lighting, and a more accessible kitchen.

    I don’t understand the “I want a hotel craze”–all of these huge homes start resembling them.

  23. Lauren says

    Any idea what color the paint is in the bathroom? It’s beautiful!