In the heart of Sag Harbor Village with easy access to iconic Main Street and Sag Harbor schools, this charming 5 bedroom, 3.5 bath traditional is hedged for privacy and features an attached one car garage, al fresco dining deck, and artist’s studio. Dating to circa 1840, this well maintained property underwent numerous recent improvements inside and out including new interior paint, upstairs bathroom, water filtration system, landscaping, brick driveway and walkway, stockade fence and gates, and more. The home opens on the foyer with a powder bath. The generous living room with wood-burning fireplace leads to the light-filled formal dining room with a delightful screened porch. The kitchen, outfitted with a new refrigerator and dishwasher, opens to the rear dining deck adorned with hydrangeas and shaded by a magnolia tree. A butler’s pantry, laundry room, and garage complement. The master suite with spacious bathroom that includes bath tub, shower, and dual vanity completes the main level. Upstairs, there are four bedrooms and two full baths, one of which was newly renovated. The artist’s studio, fresh from new interior and exterior paint, anchors the rear yard ensconced by privet hedge. This classically charming yet fresh home offers great value for a special Sag Harbor Village location.
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.
AVERAGE SALE PRICE 2014: $1,852,934
FAVORITE RESTAURANT: The Beacon
DON'T MISS: Sag HarborFest
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