An 1830 Greek Revival home on Main Street in Sag Harbor just hit the market under Saunders Real Estate agent John Wines for $11.25 million. The nearly 200-year-old home has undergone renovations since it was sold last year, bringing the structure up to date while maintaining period details.
It went up for sale in 2010 for less than $4 million, cut its price a couple times before finally getting to $3.15 million in June of 2012, and was then listed for rent. Finally, in March of 2016, it sold for $4.23 million—a higher sale than the 2012 asking price of $3.15 million.
Situated on 0.43 acres of land, the home stands 5,732 square feet—which, for the time it was built, was massive. It’s still more than twice the size of the average American home.
There are five bedrooms, four full bathrooms, and one half-bathroom. Details include four fireplaces, high ceilings, trim work, and wood floors throughout. Outside, there’s a heated gunite pool with brick patio and a pool house.
191 Main Street is located down the street from the village, less than a five-minute walk from Golden Pear. At $11.25 million, the home is the second most expensive home for sale on Main Street in Sag Harbor, followed by the 10,000-square-foot estate at the 238 address, which stands on just over a full acre of land.
After that, the homes for sale on Sag Harbor’s Main Street don’t pass $10 million—the next most expensive home is the renovated 5,100-square-foot home at 245 Main Street, which is asking under $6 million.
Here’s what the home looked like prior to renovations:
And here are photos of what the home looks like now, post-renovation.
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