The Sagaponack Home Featured in Baz Luhrmann's Chanel Film is On the Market for $50 Million



This modern home designed by Bates Masi + Architects is available for $54 million.Seeking total transparency in life and on the home front? Then this $50 million glass-and-wood house by Bates Masi + Architects in Sagaponack is the showcase for you. Repped by Corcoran Group Real Estate’s Susan Breitenbach, the 10,000-square-foot modern has open views throughout and everything a beach lover could ask for—except, perhaps, total privacy. Built in 2013, the structure boasts movable walls to ensure untrammeled sight lines of the property’s three acres and 300 feet of ocean frontage. The nine-bedroom, 10-and-a-half-bath residence also comes with a pool house, tennis court, rooftop deck, outdoor shower, sauna, fireplace, and media room. “It’s by far the most spectacular house I’ve seen, and I’ve been doing this a long time,” says Breitenbach. “Not only is the integrated space incredible, but the walls disappear, so you can have views of both the ocean and a freshwater pond.” The property also served as the location for The One That I Want, the short film Baz Luhrmann directed for Chanel No. 5.

Stats
9 Bedrooms
11 Bathrooms
10,000 sq. ft.
$50 Million

Contact: Susan Breitenbach at Corcoran Group, susanbreitenbach.com

The living room features a glass wall.The glass wall in the living room lets in plenty of light.

 

A look at the modern kitchen.A look at the modern kitchen.

 

The dining room features a wall of wine storage.The dining room features a wall of wine storage.

 

The breathtaking view from the master bedroom.The breathtaking view from the master bedroom.

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