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    Designer Owned Village Pied-a-Terre 2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / 660 sq. ft. / 0.14 acres $1,495,000

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    When less is more and too much is never enough, this stylishly renovated, 2 bedroom pied-a-terre by JANGEORGe Interior Designs offers restrained elegance a block away from Sag Harbor Village’s iconic Main Street. Bright interiors streaked with natural light enable the home’s modest footprint to make a big statement in any season. Showcasing a thoughtful layout and economic use of space, the living room, dining room, and kitchen align for an easy flow that runs the length of the house, culminating with a quaint mud room off the kitchen. New stainless steel kitchen appliances, Nest thermostat and Lutron lighting modernize the home. The partially finished lower level houses a built-out dressing room and the laundry room. The finished garage with handsome black exteriors provides additional storage and recreation space. Beyond charming outdoor spaces include an al fresco dining patio in the rear and a covered porch overlooking Madison Street in the front. The parking pad accommodates two cars and the location affords easy access to the Hampton Jitney.  At a price unmatched for the location, this compelling property has all the essentials for simple village living.

    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
    FAVORITE RESTAURANT: The Beacon
    DON'T MISS: Sag HarborFest

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