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Sagaponack is a scenic village in Suffolk County’s Town of Southampton on the South Fork of Long Island’s East End. It is among the wealthy communities in the Hamptons and is home to many A-listers and industry moguls. It offers magnificent sandy beaches and impressive views of natural landscapes, dense vineyards and the Atlantic Ocean and features some of the most splendid and expensive real estate in the country.

Local Area Information

Sagaponack, or Sagg, is an incorporated village in the southeast Town of Southampton on the South Fork of Long Island, New York’s renowned East End in Suffolk County. It is bordered by Bridgehampton on the west and north as well as Wainscott on the east, which is under the municipal governance of the Town of East Hampton. The southern coast is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean bringing salty air and cool breezes inland and marvelous water views.

At 4.4 square miles in the 2020 US Census, Sagaponack was the second largest among the seven villages in Southampton Town — next to Southampton Village — the fourth largest in Suffolk County and the eighth largest among Long Island’s 96 villages. Despite the size, its population count of 770 made it one of Long Island’s least densely populated areas and helped preserve its bucolic countryside appeal.

Residential areas in the village contain mainly single-family homes, many of which are stunning luxury properties and megamansions built on sprawling lots and priced in the millions of dollars. In fact, the Sagaponack, NY 11962 ZIP code is consistently ranked among the most expensive communities in the country, with past and present residents including Jimmy Fallon, Billy Joel, Caroline Kennedy, and billionaire Ira Rennert, whose Italianate oceanfront mansion is one of the largest in the US.

Sagaponack offers plenty of 4-bedroom homes, though some dwellings have as many as 8 bedrooms or more along with one or two bedrooms on first floor, a private pool, an accessory apartment or provision for one, and other features. The large assortment of housing stock also includes rental properties and new constructions.

Sagaponack is one of the communities in the glamorous summer tourism hotspot known as the Hamptons, though it is much less lively and has fewer businesses and resort amenities. What the village has more of, besides stunning traditional and contemporary houses lining its quiet streets, are spectacular vistas of open fields and lush farms, including the popular Wölffer Estate Vineyard.

General Information

Township: Town of Southampton | Southampton, New York

County: Suffolk County

Population: 770 (2020)

Classification: Incorporated Village

Chamber of Commerce: Sagaponack Chamber of Commerce

LIRR Train Station/Schedule:
The LIRR serves Sagaponack via the Bridgehampton Station.
Travel time to Manhattan, Penn Station is about
2 hours 34 minutes to 3 hours 5 minutes.

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Water District
Suffolk County Water Authority

Gas Company(s)
PSEG Long Island
National Grid

Electric Company(s)
PSEG Long Island

Cable/ Phone/ TV/ Internet Provider(s)


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Beaches & Parks

The 26-acre Poxabogue County Park is a pristine, passive park that boasts one of the 13 rare coastal plain ponds of the Long Pond Greenbelt, the Poxabogue Pond. Meaning “a pond that widens,” this aptly named body of water transforms in surface size during drought and heavy rainfall periods. Activities offered at this park include nature walks, bird watching, and hiking a half-mile trail towards an overlook with great views of the pond.

Sagg Main Beach is a Southampton Town recreational facility with lifeguard protection from 10 AM to 5 PM. Nighttime beach barbecues and off-road vehicle driving are allowed with permits, except from Memorial Day through the 15th of September when all vehicles are not permitted. Pets are also allowed on the beach except from April through the 1st of October.

Sagg Swamp Preserve is composed of over 105 acres of natural environment that is home to a fascinating and wide range of flora and fauna, which may be viewed up close via a series of boardwalks that trail throughout the property. The preserve is a great spot for bird watching, nature study and environmental outings.

Smith Corner Preserve includes 1,475 feet of shoreline on Sagg Pond within its 19.6 acres of protected property, which is home to varying animal species. The preserve is not directly accessible to the general public, but there is a parking lot at the front of the preserve off Bridge Lane, from which kayaks and other types of personal watercraft may be launched into the pond to get a view of the preserve’s amazing sights.

The Schools

The village is largely served by the Sagaponack Common School District, which has one public school. Known among the locals as the “Little Red Schoolhouse,” Sagaponack School is located in the community, serving kindergarten through third grade students, and is one of New York State’s last remaining operational single-room schoolhouses. Upon completion of third grade, district students then have the option of moving up to either Bridgehampton Union Free School District, East Hampton Union Free School District or Sag Harbor Union Free School District.

A small region in the central east of Sagaponack is served by the Wainscott Common School District, and the rest is served by the Bridgehampton Union Free School District.


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