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Charming Sag Harbor village home from 1775 lists for $6M

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It even has the fireplace from the original construction

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We just can’t get enough of old homes that serve up some seriously beautiful interiors—especially when those interiors include period details from the home’s original construction. Built all the way back in 1775, this historic charmer on Suffolk Street in Sag Harbor village has just come on the market for $5,995,000.

Spanning a decent 6,700 square feet in size, there are four bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms. According to the listing, the house has been “re-envisioned and added onto” more than once, but was totally refurbished in 2012.

Interiors include an open floorplan, wide plank flooring, exposed brick in the foyer, and a beautiful eat-in kitchen with a unique blue oven and a sizable center island.

A first-floor ensuite bedroom features a deck that leads out to the pool and lawn, while the second floor—which has maintained its original flooring, banisters, and doors—hosts the master suite with a walk-in closet and bathroom with a soaking tub and double sinks. The other two ensuite bedrooms are also located on the second floor.

The original fireplace can be found on the finished lower level, which also has a full bathroom, laundry room, and wine room.

The quarter-acre property at 12 Suffolk Street is just a half-mile from village shops and restaurants, and about one mile from Haven’s Beach. In 2012, the home sold for $2.65 million, and before that in 1994 for $325,000.

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