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Curbed Comparisons looks at Sag Harbor for $3M

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Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can buy for a certain price in the Hamptons. Located north of the highway between Bridgehampton and East Hampton, Sag Harbor is a small town with a population that’s just over 2,000.

Today’s price: $3 million.

51 Brandywine Drive

This home is located about a mile-and-a-half east outside the village. Unfortunately, it does get a little deeper inland too, so it’s a bit further from the beach than some other Sag Harbor homes. Like all homes in Sag Harbor, this home is located north of the highway, so any ocean-going will be a drive away.

The home sits at 4,400-square-feet on a half-acre lot with six bedrooms and six-and-a-half bedrooms. It is a new construction, built in 2016, and features a finished lower level, entry foyer, oak floors throughout, bluestone patio, and a heated gunite pool. The asking price is $2,995,000.

16 Bittersweet Lane

Though this home is the furthest one from the village—and is probably better considered to be in Noyack than Sag Harbor—it’s the closest one to the beach. The home has 4,800-square-feet of living space on an acre of land, with five bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms. Of those bedrooms, two are masters.

Other features include a screened-in porch, pool, and Har-Tru tennis court outside—plus it has a water view and comes with full beach rights. The home has been on and off the market in the last few years, both for sale and for rent. The property was last sold in 2000 for $300,000. The current asking price is $2,995,000.

66 Franklin Avenue

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At 2,700-square-feet on 0.17 acres of land, this is the smallest lot featured. The home sits close to the village and is a short distance from Havens Beach. Built in 1965, the two-story structure features four bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms. Interior details include wainscoting and wide plank pine flooring.

Outside, there’s a heated gunite pool and outdoor gas fire pit, while a second structure has a bathroom and outdoor shower. The listing suggests this could be used as a garage or pool house. Asking price is $2,795,000.

9 Palmer Terrace

Built in 1988, this 2,300-square-foot home has wide plank flooring throughout contrasted with white walls and wainscoting. The home is located a walking distance from the village, allowing homeowners close access to shops and restaurants. Inside, there’s a brick wood-burning fireplace and French doors that open to the backyard. There are four bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms in total—the master suite features vaulted ceilings and skylight.

The home went on the market in May of 2016 for $2,995,000. A few months later, it got a price reduction putting it at $2,795,000. Though it’s been a year since the home first came on the market, that is the only price reduction to date.


Where would you live for $3M?

This poll is closed

  • 15%
    51 Brandywine Drive
    (24 votes)
  • 3%
    16 Bittersweet Lane
    (5 votes)
  • 62%
    66 Franklin Avenue
    (99 votes)
  • 19%
    9 Palmer Terrace
    (31 votes)
159 votes total Vote Now