8 Sage Street (Watchcase Bungalow)
Watchcase Bungalow, 8 Sage St Sag Harbor
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- StyleCondo / Co-op
- Approx. Sq. Ft.1,099
- Year Built2013
- Heated pool
- Central air
- Security system
Located on quiet Sage Street in the center of Sag Harbor Village, this newly completed 1 bedroom Bungalow at Watchcase has a large south-facing terrace that opens into the 1,099 sf home. There is a spacious living/dining room and open kitchen. A well-proportioned master bedroom with walk-in closet and 4-fixture bathroom provide a luxurious retreat. Both the living room and bedroom have views of the private garden that has a door leading out to the pool. Direct entry to the home from garage parking makes coming and going easy. Designated underground parking space #63. Storage space #28 of 50 sf. Acclaimed designer Steven Gambrel has flawlessly woven the history of the building and contemporary 21st-century design with customized details including fumed oak floors, millwork, rich honed marble surfaces and exceptional fittings. One block from Sag Harbor's charming Main Street and two blocks from the Hamptons only deep-water port, Watchcase is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own one of 63 Lofts, Factory Residences and Bungalow condominiums amongst elegant landscaped gardens. Owners benefit from an amenity package unlike any other, including: Concierge, Resident Manager, Superintendents, Porters, saltwater pool, and The Watchcase Pavilion with fitness room, yoga studio, locker rooms with sauna, spa room, and events lounge with fireplace and catering kitchen. The Grand Lobby Living Room hosts the Vault Bar and a massive two-sided fireplace. Come by for a visit today.
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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.