15 Church Street, D-212
Watchcase Village Charmer Sag Harbor
- StyleCondo / Co-op
- Approx. Sq. Ft.703
- Year Built2013
- Heated pool
- Central air
- Pool/guest house
Monthly maintenance is $625. Light streams in from the East through seven oversized windows into the interior of this lofty one bedroom home located on the 2nd floor in the Factory building. Featuring an open living space overlooking scenic historic trees and charming village homes. The brick walls and original old-growth pine beams add to the drama of 11' ceilings. A delightful private terrace offers a view of the landscaped interior courtyard and four closets provide ample storage for a summer and winter wardrobe! Designated underground parking space #30. Storage space #9 of 117 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 throughout. Thermador appliances put the finishing touch on the sophisticated kitchens which feature 2 stone slab countertops. 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 Loft, Town House, Garden and Bungalow condominium residences. Retaining the authenticity of the 1881 factory was of utmost importance when transforming this historic building into an unprecedented, residential, amenity-rich condominium. Owners will benefit from a service and amenity package unlike any other, including: Resident super, Concierge, and an outdoor salt-water pool flanked by a large, landscaped courtyard. The Watchcase Pavilion has a fitness room, yoga/aerobics studio, locker rooms with sauna, spa room, and a lounge with fireplace and catering kitchen for private parties. The Grand Lobby Living Room hosts the Vault Bar and Inglenook Lounge with a massive two-sided fireplace. Elegant gardens, patios and terraces throughout.
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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.