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A 164-year-old home is in contract, down $2M from original asking price

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The Sag Harbor home once belonged to Captain John Overton

All photos, Corcoran

A Sag Harbor home that’s been featured on Curbed twice since it went on the market is currently under contract.

The home was originally featured in a Pricespotter a year ago when the home went on the market, where Curbed asked readers to guess the listing price. At the time, the home was asking $10,500,000, but the most popular guess was about $8,250,000—which is actually close to the current price.

The home is in contract for $8,495,000.

More recently, the home was featured again when it underwent a $1,105,000 price cut, putting it on the market for the price at which it sold.

The home was built in 1853, commissioned by Captain John Overton and in 2016 it was redone by Steven Gambrel. The home has a total living space of about 7,400-square-feet, including a double height great room, wide plank antique pine flooring, marble counters and double sinks in the kitchen, and a fully equipped butler’s panty.

The lower level features a media room, wine cellar, gym, and laundry room.

Outside one will find a heated saltwater pool, covered porch, and a two-car garage.