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After three years, this 206-year-old Sag Harbor home found a buyer

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Even though the home has been updated, period details remain

Photos courtesy of Compass

In March of 2015, this Sag Harbor home that was originally built in 1812 came on the market for $1,395,000. After about a year available for sale, the Main Street house got a slight price decrease down to $1,275,000—and after another two years, the home has finally sold for the most recent asking price.

Built over 200 years ago, the 2,747-square-foot home has three bedrooms and four bathrooms, three fireplaces, beamed ceilings, hardwood floors, skylights throughout, and stainless steel appliances in the kitchen. Even though the structure has gotten some updates, period details remain.

On the quarter-acre property, one will find a barn that the listing suggests to be used as a garage, workshop, or artist’s studio. The property doesn’t have a pool, but there’s room for a small one to be added in the backyard.

Located at 287 Main Street in Sag Harbor, the house is just a mile away from the bay at Haven’s Beach, a half-mile away from village shops and restaurants, a quarter-mile away from Otter Pond, and right across the street from Canio’s Books.

It was represented by Scott Strough of Compass Real Estate.

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Sag Harbor

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