Live in the Most-Expensive Zip Code in the United States
Own 16 acres in the most-expensive zip code in the United States, Sagaponack, N.Y., famous for such notable residents as Jimmy Fallon and Billy Joel. Just down the street from the $200,000-a-month beach house the Clintons summered in 2013, the addresses 285, 287, and 289 Parsonage Lane will be sold as three separate homes or combined to encompass a massive 15-plus bedroom, 30,000-square-foot compound for $60 million.
At the 289 address—selling as a stand-alone home for $23.5 million—is the compound’s main six-bedroom home set on 2 acres. Crafted by Hamptons premier developer Jay Bialsky, with Grade New York conceiving the modern design, 289 is a departure from Sagaponack’s traditional homes. The rectangular new build encompasses an open-plan living room, kitchen, and family room on the main floor; bedrooms upstairs; and an amenities floor downstairs. Here, the owners have their own private gym, spa, eat-in wine cellar, game room, and home theater. If purchased as a compound, the 287 address (available for $23 million) and the 285 address ($20 million) can serve as support structures—a guest home and recreation pavilion, respectively—to the main home.
While oceanfront acreage in Sagaponack is the most valuable, these three addresses offer a unique feature: An adjacent 10.5-acre reserve—approved for agricultural and equestrian uses and included in the $60 million package—will ensure unobstructed views and a sufficient buffer from the neighbors. (Inquiries: Bespoke Real Estate, Zachary Vichinsky, 631.500.9030; bespokerealestate.com)