The owner of the American Hotel, Ted Conklin, might play coy about the fate of the prized hotel, but he definitely wants to sell his two Sag Harbor properties. (Remember, new wife Carol Simmons would rather spend her days in East Hampton than in Sag.) So what does Mr. Conklin have to offer us? First up is a circa 1820 Federal style colonial that comes with four bedrooms, room for a pool, and a $2.5 million price tag. Up next is the real moneymaker, a $6.5 million Sea Captain home that's touted as "the most coveted property in Sag Harbor village." And why's that? Because it offers tons of bedrooms, 1.25 acres of land, a sparkling pool, and an unheard of four parlors. For the trigger-happy buyer, the two properties happen to be adjacent, which means they can form a remarkable $9 million in-town compound—one that listing agent Mala Sander calls the "most incredible opportunity in Sag Harbor in the last 30 years."
· American Hotel owner selling two Sag Harbor homes [Real LI]
· Listing: 107 Division Street [Corcoran]
· Listing: 115 Division Street [Corcoran]