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6 Bay View Court Sag Harbor, New York 11963 United States 

Angel View
  • $49,000,000 USDAmerican Dollar

Details for 6 Bay View Court

Beds
6
Full Baths
6
Partial Baths
2
/ Sq Ft.
12,000
Acres
6.5
Price / Sq Ft.
$4,083
 
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About This Property

About 6 Bay View Court

The magnificent Angel View, 6.5+/-acre, 500+/- ft. waterfront estate offered publicly for the first time, is sited in a gated community comprising three separate lots. This world-class property is accessed via two private gates, each at the end of a separate cul-de-sac. Beyond secluded, the rolling landscape with 50 ft. +/- bluffs that drop dramatically to the beach offers a unique world with an incredible array of outdoor activities, from the two-tiered infinity-edge pools, gardens, rock-rimmed ponds and streams, tennis, to direct water access for kayaks, paddle boards, windsurfers, and jet-skis. Alternately, spend peaceful afternoons under the covered cabana, gazing over spectacular color-drenched sunsets. The custom-built residence is ideal for entertaining, whether just a couple enjoying the tranquil sounds of the property's falling waters, or a full house party with the estate-wide sound system. There is never a time when this feels like too much or too little of a home.

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Marketed By

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50 Nugent Street
Southampton, New York 11968 United States   
­Harald Grant
Associate Real Estate Broker
Phone: ­+1 631.283.0600­
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Property ID:
GG6VDN
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Amenities

  • Gated Community
  • Granite Countertops
  • Library
  • Security System
  • Spa / Hot Tub
  • Tennis Court
  • Gardens
  • Hardwood Flooring
  • Indoor Pool
  • In-Home Fitness Center
  • Marble Countertop
  • Media Room / Home Theater
  • Screen Room
  • Terrace / Outdoor Space
  • Wine Cellar / Grotto
  • Outdoor Pool
  • 4+ Fireplaces
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About the area

The Gold Coast of Long Island is a 20-mile or so strip along the water’s edge of the North Shore. A century ago, it was a popular summer retreat for the likes of the Vanderbilts, Woolworths and Guggenheims. F. Scott Fitzgerald was awed by the concentration of wealth he found here when he began his masterpiece, “The Great Gatsby.” At one point, Gilded Age estates stood by the hundreds. Over time, most fell victim to the wrecking ball.

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