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Whaleboat builder’s 19th century home in Sag Harbor village finds a buyer

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It was last asking $5.5 million

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What was once the home of 19th century whaleboat builder William H. Cooper has found a buyer in Sag Harbor village.

Located at 168 Main Street, the home is right on Captain’s Row and was last asking $5.5 million, down from the original $6.7 million that it was listed for when it came on the market in November of 2017.

In 5,400 square feet of living space, the totally renovated Greek Revival hosts four bedrooms and four bathrooms, five fireplaces, a master suite with vaulted ceilings and a dressing room, and hardwood floors throughout. Outside, the half-acre property features a heated pool and a pool house with a fireplace and a bathroom.

In 2007, the home was purchased for $3,425,000. We’re curious to see what it will finally sell for after the new owners have closed on the property.

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