The Sag Harbor village home at 48 Garden Street was rebuilt in 2008, but the front façade actually dates back to the 1890 original construction. Though the home looks small from the front—almost like it could be a tiny home—it’s long, extending back on the property and hosting 2,231 square feet of living space, three bedrooms, and two and a half bathrooms.
Though the 0.15-acre property is tiny and doesn’t leave much room for expansion or the addition of a pool or tennis court, it conveniently borders a nature reserve, allowing for lots of privacy for a village location.
Interior details include wide plank hardwood floors from a reclaimed antique barn, a gas fireplace in the living room, a gabled clerestory window in the kitchen, and a second-level master suite with a sitting area, office, and marble shower.
Outside, the property utilizes the space that it’s allowed with a sundeck, grilling patio, garage, potting shed, and views of the nature reserve.
The property is represented by Dana Trotter of Sotheby’s International Realty, asking $2.5 million.
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- Village Home Overlooking Reserve [Sotheby’s]