Looking to take on a renovation project? This two-story Sag Harbor saltbox from 1865 with a 20th-century addition has just re-listed for $2,395,000, located right in the village and just minutes away from shops and restaurants. Even though the home has been restored in the past, it looks like it could use another renovation to bring the home up to date.
Features include period details, an entry foyer, built-in china cabinets in the dining room, double doors off the kitchen that lead outdoors, hurricane-proof windows, and new septic.
An artist’s studio on the second story of the home could be kept as an artist’s studio, but the listing suggests converting it into an additional bedroom—which could be a great option for larger families or for those who tend to host a lot of guests.
It looks like the bathrooms have received recent updates with fresh tile in the showers and marble countertops on one of the sinks.
In 2,500 square feet of space, the home has three bedrooms and two full bathrooms on 0.13 acres of land. The small plot doesn’t leave a whole lot of room for adding a pool, but the exterior does have a covered dining or lounge space, as well as an outdoor shower.
It is represented by Leslie Reingold of Sotheby’s International Realty. Tell us in the comments: What would you do to renovate this 153-year-old Sag Harbor village home?
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