Renovated Mixed-Use Gem In Village 3 bedrooms / 5 baths / 3,750 sq. ft. / 0.10 acres $2,595,000

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    Formerly the Goat Alley Gallery, this multi-zoned, three-floor, 3,750 sq foot property features fully leased design studios on the main level, a beautifully appointed 3 bedroom apartment on the second floor, and a sun-drenched loft on the third floor. The building was completely renovated and remodeled in 2015 with numerous enviable enhancements, including the highest rated spray foam insulation throughout, to create the perfect environment for both working and living. Conveniently located in the heart of Sag Harbor Village in close proximity to iconic Main Street and Sag Harbor schools. The residential apartment on the second level offers 3 en suite bedrooms, a living room with a custom slate gas fireplace, and an updated, eat-in kitchen with a private, louvered deck. The master suite has an adjoining office and lavish marble bath with radiant flooring and steam shower. The basement, with interior and exterior entry, has rentable storage space and a lockable workshop. Parking options include a 2-car red brick driveway, adjacent parking lot, and ample street parking. Hedged, landscaped courtyard with 10x10-foot louvered outdoor shower. Rare opportunity to own and earn with this unique, mixed commercial and residential property in Sag Harbor Village.    

    Location - Sag Harbor

    Sag Harbor is pure classic. It has the quaint, good ol' main street vibe down pat. A town built on whaling fortunes and subsequently a watch factory, the 300 year-old village's charm is well preserved. Sag Harbor hosts a thriving year round community and a spirited summer crowd that take full advantage of its walkable main street and sizable wharf. Sag Harbor is home to the American Hotel, the Bay Street Theatre and the Sag Harbor Whaling Museum.

    POPULATION: 2,169
    AVERAGE SALE PRICE 2014: $1,852,934
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