Very rare and uniquely compelling opportunity to own 3 acres south of the highway in Wainscott showcasing proposed renderings for a new construction residence brilliantly designed by world-renowned Heiberg Cummings. Located on Sayres Path, one of the most beautiful streets in Wainscott, two adjacent single and separate lots are being sold together. Two-acre 129 Sayres could host a sensational new home of approximately 10,000 sq. ft. with pool and gazebo. A separate guest house of approximately 2,880 sq. ft. would occupy the 1-acre property at 133 Sayres, along with a 4-car garage. An additional option would be to merge the two properties, add tennis and have it all. South of the highway and nestled among the farm fields of Wainscott, some of the Hamptons' most pristine beaches are just moments away.
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