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Sag Harbor mansion from 1833 cuts $2M from the asking price

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The Nathan P. Howell is now asking $16.75M

Photos courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens

The 10,000-square-foot Nathan P. Howell house at 238 Main Street in Sag Harbor—which went into contract in 2014 after being on the market for just eight weeks and eventually sold for $9.75 million—has just cut its asking price for the first time since it came on the market a year ago under Brown Harris Stevens agents Mark J. Baron, Jane Babcook, and Eve Gianni.

After a renovation, the 19th century estate was listed in January of 2017 for $18.75 million. After the $2 million was taken off the asking price, the property is now listed for $16.75 million.

As the largest property on Captain’s Row, there are seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms on four levels. Built in 1833, period details from the original construction were maintained after the renovation. Such details include antique wide plank flooring, moldings, arched entries, and marble mantels. There’s also an elevator that services all four floors and a cupola.

Sited on just over a full acre of land in Sag Harbor village, the property features landscaped grounds, a gunite pool, a climate-controlled garage, and attached art studio.

Sag Harbor

, , NY 11963