One of the benefits of owning an expansive estate is being able to offer visitors their own truly private quarters. From Sagaponack to Sonoma, these guesthouses are secluded spaces to relax in comfort and style.
Stylish Sonoma Oasis
This bucolic compound of approximately four acres–which includes some 1.4 acres of conservation land and specimen trees–is the site of one of Sagaponack’s first summer homes. Dating to 1899, when it was a summer getaway and horse farm, it features a timeless gambrel-style main residence, a three-bedroom carriage house with a two-car garage, a woodshop created from the property’s former stables, and a one-bedroom, one-bath guesthouse with its own charming living and dining area as well as studio space for the artist.