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Live and work in this 19th-century Sag Harbor village building for $2.795M

It was originally built in 1890

Photos courtesy of Sotheby’s

The mixed-use building at 200 Division Street in Sag Harbor village has recently listed for $2,795,000 under Sotheby’s International Realty agent, Dana Trotter. For those looking for an investment opportunity, or to conveniently live and work in the same building, this 3,750-square-foot building could be just the thing you’re looking for.

Originally built in 1890 and sited at a corner lot between Division Street and Henry Street, the multi-zoned building was once the Goat Alley Gallery and was completely renovated in 2015. The three-level building has leased design studios on the first level, a three-bedroom apartment on the second level, and a loft on the third floor.

In the middle-level apartment, all three bedrooms are ensuite. There’s a gas fireplace in the living room, an updated eat-in kitchen, and an office off the master suite.

For even more investment opportunity, the new owner could also rent out storage space or the lockable workshop on the lower level.

Outside, there’s a two-car red brick driveway, nearby parking lot, hedging, a landscaped courtyard, and an outdoor shower.

Sited about a half-mile from Main Street village shops and restaurants, the building across the street from Harbor Market & Kitchen, and is close to the Older Whalers Church and the Sag Harbor Elementary School.

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