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Charming Sag Harbor fixer-upper from 1825 goes into contract

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The hardwood floors and fireplace are in need of a restoration

Photos courtesy of Corcoran

An adorable fixer-upper from 1825 in Sag Harbor has just found a buyer and gone into contract after coming on the market in September of 2017. When it listed, the 193-year-old charmer was asking $2.55 million, but came down in November to $2,295,000, which was the most recent asking price.

The home has two bedrooms and two bathrooms with plenty of original 19th century details, including the hardwood floors and fireplace—which are both in need of a restoration. The fresh walls look like they’ve recently been updated, as well as the built-ins in the living room. French doors lead to the exterior.

While the kitchen is sizable, there isn’t a whole lot of countertop space. We’re thinking the new owner will want to keep the kitchen’s square footage but change the layout to maximize the room and make it more functional.

The listing suggests an expansion up to 3,063 square feet and the addition of a pool on the 0.3-acre plot, where there are two outbuildings, one of which is a shed.

Mala Sander from Corcoran Group Real Estate represents the listing.

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Sag Harbor

, , NY 11963