This classic Sag Harbor Village home built in 1840 has been reimagined for 21st century living. Outdoor spaces capture the essence of historic Sag Harbor, beginning with an exquisite low stone wall topped with boxwoods at the front of the property framing the view of the home from the street. Inside, through the irresistible Dutch front door, 19th century meets 21st as amenities for today's lifestyle integrate seamlessly with historic details. Large Rumsford gas fireplaces anchor the living and dining areas of the open concept first floor. Between them lies the kitchen, with central island with unpolished black granite countertop and farmhouse sink, beautiful custom cabinetry, Bertazzoni range set between walnut-topped counters, Sub-Zero refrigerator, Viking dishwasher and walk-in pantry. Off the dining area is a powder room, and stairs leading to the lower level laundry room with wine refrigerator and radiant heated floor. From the dining area glass doors open to a bluestone patio with ample dining space, and the beautifully landscaped backyard and separate building with sauna and outdoor shower. Upstairs is the master suite with built in cabinetry and french doors overlooking the dramatic landscaping. Adjourning the master bedroom, is a study or library. The bathroom has subway tile walls, clawfoot tub with shower and sink set in marble surround, and a second en-suite bedroom with a frameless glass-enclosed steam shower with bench in the bath. All systems and mechanicals in the home including electric, plumbing and HVAC have been updated, but the home's historic charm remains. Exquisite wood flooring throughout with top nailing for historic effect. Flickering gas lanterns outdoors lend a touch of romance and hint at an earlier time. Discover this captivating home on one of the most desirable, quiet streets in Sag Harbor, just a few blocks to the restaurants and shops of Main Street, and the marina.
38 Howard Street, Sag Harbor, New York | Bedrooms: 2 | Full Baths: 1 | Half Baths: 1 | Sq. Ft.: 1,515 | Acres: .11 | Year Built: 1840 | $2,495,000