Tucked away on a peaceful street overlooking Upper Sag Harbor Cove, this waterfront home on a shy acre offers a dock which provides easy access to the surrounding chain of harbors and bays. The 1950s Techbuilt home, which has undergone renovations by Lee Skolnick, has ample fenestration to let in light and show off the stunning water views. The clerestory windows follow the pitch of the post and beam cathedral ceilings to create bright, open space on the main level. The open and elevated living room, dining area, and kitchen form the house's public space and lead to a dining terrace, extensive wood decking, and gunite pool. To complete the main floor, a hallway with a wall of glass connects the master bedroom to a spacious artist's studio space or potential new master wing. Downstairs has two bedrooms- one with walkout French doors overlooking the cove. This architecturally intriguing, waterfront home with docking has the lines for a chic, modern renovation. New to market. Exclusive.
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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