Welcome to Sagaponack
The history of farming on the East End is still alive and kicking in between the mansions of one of the country’s most exclusive zip codes. Fields of sunflowers, potatoes, and corn flip by with casual ease on the way to Sagaponack’s white sandy beaches. Quieter waters, like Peter’s Pond and Sagg Pond, make for precious estuaries and prime real estate right in the thick of it all. An eclectic mix of architectural styles, erring on the side of modern, line the beaches with space to breathe.
Things to Love About Sagaponack
- Farm fresh produce at the farm stands
- White sandy beaches flanked by quiet ponds
- Fun local eateries, bars, and distilleries
- Lots of space between homes, separated by working fields of sunflowers, potatoes, and corn
There are plenty of fun activities for families with children to enjoy in Sagaponack
Sagg Main Beach is a lesser-known beach, meaning less crowded, and is a great spot for activities such as surfing, kayaking, paddleboarding, and windsurfing.
The Wolfer Estate Vineyard is a gorgeous place to enjoy wine tastings in a rustic-modern space dedicated to tranquility and high-quality drinks.
Rustic homes with modern hints are a thing of beauty in Sagaponack.