The Nathan P. Howell mansion at 238 Main Street in Sag Harbor—which came on the market a year ago for $18.75 million—just received its second price cut in the last month. In the beginning of January, the mansion took $2 million off the asking price. Now, at the end of the month, another $1 million has been cut, putting the asking price at $15.75 million.
In 2014, the estate went into contract after being on the market for only eight weeks, and finally sold for $9.75 million. The owner then took on the task of renovating the 10,000-square-foot estate—but has maintained period details from the original 1833 construction. It is the largest home standing on Captains Row in Sag Harbor.
There are seven bedrooms, eight and a half bathrooms, arched entries throughout, an epicurean kitchen, nine fireplaces, two staircases, a cupola, and an elevator. Outside, there’s hedged landscaping for privacy, a gunite pool, and a climate-controlled garage with an attached art studio.
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