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Sag Harbor
Historic Sag Harbor Home With Great Furnishings and Art
$40,000 July
  • August to Labor Day$55,000
Transportation
Coast
Essentials
Price $40,000
Style Federal
Bedrooms 5
Bathrooms 3.5
Stories 3 or more
Approx. Sq. Ft. 5,190
Acreage .38
Year Built 1840
Key Features
Heated Pool
Bonus Room
Corner Lot
Eat-In Kitchen
Exercise Room
Finished Basement
Formal Dining Room
Great Room
Private Guest Quarters
Library
Loft
Media Room
Office
Private Setting
Sprinkler System
Studio
Study

This historic brick townhouse sits prominently on Sag Harbor's Main Street. Entering thru the simple Federal front door, one encounters a grand entry, an impressive sweeping staircase, two elegantly proportioned rooms--one a front parlor and one a formal dining room--with high ceilings and fireplaces in each. Original windows with classic details and interior shutters throughout the house. The design of the wrought-iron veranda at the rear of the house off the spacious eat-in kitchen and the entire renovation was overseen by noted architect Samuel White. The grounds and gardens are the vision of noted landscape designer Deborah Nevins. There are five bedrooms and 3 1/2 baths--the master, with two fireplaces, suite runs from the front to the rear of the main house; a suite of bedrooms plus a full bath are located on the second floor overlooking the back yard; another suite of bedrooms and a full bath are located on the ground floor. Hedged for privacy, this unique and timeless property offers a heated saline pool, outdoor dining under blooming vines and proximity to the heart of Sag Harbor's vibrant Main Street.

Rental Rates
July $40,000
August to Labor Day $55,000
Rental Availability
Rental Availability by month in 2018 Available Unavailable
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Sag Harbor
Drive past the ocean-facing towns of Southampton, Water Mill, and Bridgehampton and you'll find the beauty of the bay “north of the highway”: Sag Harbor.
Main Street is a picture-perfect vision of what an ideal town should be: leisurely, family friendly, featuring unique boutiques, and top restaurants. Add to that the cultural caché of the Bay Street Theatre with the celebrity caché American Hotel and you have a formula for the good life.
Explore Sag Harbor

Sag Harbor
Historic Sag Harbor Home With Great Furnishings and Art
$40,000 July
  • August to Labor Day$55,000
Essentials
Price $40,000
Style Federal
Bedrooms 5
Bathrooms 3.5
Stories 3 or more
Approx. Sq. Ft. 5,190
Acreage .38
Year Built 1840

This historic brick townhouse sits prominently on Sag Harbor's Main Street. Entering thru the simple Federal front door, one encounters a grand entry, an impressive sweeping staircase, two elegantly proportioned rooms--one a front parlor and one a formal dining room--with high ceilings and fireplaces in each. Original windows with classic details and interior shutters throughout the house. The design of the wrought-iron veranda at the rear of the house off the spacious eat-in kitchen and the entire renovation was overseen by noted architect Samuel White. The grounds and gardens are the vision of noted landscape designer Deborah Nevins. There are five bedrooms and 3 1/2 baths--the master, with two fireplaces, suite runs from the front to the rear of the main house; a suite of bedrooms plus a full bath are located on the second floor overlooking the back yard; another suite of bedrooms and a full bath are located on the ground floor. Hedged for privacy, this unique and timeless property offers a heated saline pool, outdoor dining under blooming vines and proximity to the heart of Sag Harbor's vibrant Main Street.

Rental Rates
July $40,000
August to Labor Day $55,000
Rental Availability
Rental Availability by month in 2018 Available Unavailable
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Heated Pool
Bonus Room
Corner Lot
Eat-In Kitchen
Exercise Room
Finished Basement
Formal Dining Room
Great Room
Private Guest Quarters
Library
Loft
Media Room
Office
Private Setting
Sprinkler System
Studio
Study
Sag Harbor
Drive past the ocean-facing towns of Southampton, Water Mill, and Bridgehampton and you'll find the beauty of the bay “north of the highway”: Sag Harbor.
Main Street is a picture-perfect vision of what an ideal town should be: leisurely, family friendly, featuring unique boutiques, and top restaurants. Add to that the cultural caché of the Bay Street Theatre with the celebrity caché American Hotel and you have a formula for the good life.
Explore Sag Harbor