Four years ago, Curbed featured a Sag Harbor whaling captain’s Main Street home that was, at the time, in serious need of a face lift. It was in almost original condition, meaning it had hardly been touched since the 1840s when the home was first built, and when the captain, Shamgar H. Slate, operated the Neptune.
Back in 2013, it had features like pumpkin pine flooring, gaslights, and an asking price of $1,795,000. It eventually sold later that year for $1.7 million. As of April of this year, after with a complete renovation that took three years, the home is back on the market, asking $6,325,000.
Features include custom millwork, leaded glass windows, and hand-pegged wood beams. The original structure was 2,555 square feet, whereas the current home stands 4,500 square feet on a 0.34 acre lot.
There’s also smart house technology—which we’re willing to bet wasn’t around when the home still belonged to a whaling captain—as well as a finished basement, eat-in kitchen, office, outdoor shower, pool, and pool house.
Here’s what the home looked like in 2013, prior to the renovations:
And the after: