About Sagaponack


The name Sagaponack, like so many of our others in the Hamptons, is derived from the Shinnecock Indian Nation and meant "land of the big ground nuts" or potatoes. Potato farming continued until late in the 20th century and many of the huge estates, which have added to the value of east end real estate, are now built on former potato fields. It is these estates too that gave Sagaponack a ranking as the number one most expensive zip code a few years ago. Originally just a stretch of land connecting Southampton to East Hampton it is now home to many a rich and famous. With the famed Rennert mansion, a controversial 29-bedroom mansion on 62 oceanfront acre, and other big name celebrities making Sagaponack a second home destination, real estate value began to escalate from was farm-land prices on the east end, but the rural abundance that makes Sagaponack so unique has always remained just picture perfect.

Laid back with access to the Atlantic Ocean, Sagponack offers sublime natural beauty in its abundance of ponds including Kellis Pond, Poxabogue Pond, Sagaponack Pond and Fairfield Pond. Open land prevails as well with farm field vistas, horse farms a plenty and least we forget the Famous Wolfer Vineyards. On any given day you can drive down a road and see an easel set up with and artist trying to capture on canvas all that Sagaponack has to offer.

Sagaponack Community Resources
SH Chamber of Commerce - 631.283.0402

Bridgehampton Historical Society - 631.537.1088

Village of Sagaponack - 631.537.0017

Bridgehampton School (K.12) - 631.725.0271

US Post Office - 542 Sagg Main St, Sagaponack

Bridgehampton Library - 631.537.0015

Bridgehampton Fire Department - 631.537.0336

Southampton Police Department - 631.283.0056

Wolffer Vineyard - 631.537.5106

Hampton Jitney - 631.283.4600

Hampton Luxury Liner - 631.537.5800