The Sag Harbor estate owned by Shaun Woodward, who has served several political positions in Northern Ireland, is up for rent—but only for the month of August. Renting the home for the month will cost $175,000.
This is the first time that Woodward is putting the house up for rent.
The original property was built in 1840 and was previously owned by Lanford Wilson, the Pulitzer Prize winning playwright, who was living in Sag Harbor since the ‘70s. The home underwent a major renovation in 2012—the entire home was completely redone by designer David Kleinberg.
Though the house is essentially a brand new structure, when Kleinberg designed the home, he did so with intention of maintaining the spirit of the original house.
The seven bedroom, eight-and a-half bath house is about 8,000-square-feet, on a half-acre lot. The master suite has its own private deck and the gourmet eat-in kitchen is double-height. The home has six fireplaces, hand-blown glazed windows, a gym, and media room. On the exterior, there is a gunite pool and outdoor seating for 12.
The home was featured in Curbed Hamptons back in 2012 when Woodward purchased the home and before the renovations were made. The changes that have been made since then are incredible. Here is what it looked like just five years ago:
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