Avid followers of Curbed may remember when we featured this Sag Harbor village whaling cottage as a PriceSpotter, which at the time was listed for $1,975,000. After re-listing with Sotheby’s, the renovated 19th century house is now available for a slightly less expensive $1.75 million.
PropertyShark records indicate that the 0.19-acre property sold in June of 2017 for $1.19 million. Since then, the buyer has made multiple updates to the house—a new HVAC system has been installed, a gunite pool was added in the backyard, and the interiors of the house have been totally repainted.
Inside 1,500 square feet, there are three bedrooms, two full bathrooms, period details, wide plank hardwood floors, fireplaces in the living and dining rooms, and stainless steel appliances in the kitchen.
According to the Zillow price history, the property also sold in July of 2016 for $1,048,350, and before that in 2001 for $400,000.
Sotheby’s International Realty agents Beate Moore and Corey Demasco represent the listing.
Located at 115 Jermain Avenue, residents will be less than a half-mile from Sag Harbor village shops and restaurants.
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- 115 Jermain Avenue [Sotheby’s International Realty]
- Big Reveal: $1.975M for a three-bedrooms Sag Harbor village whaling cottage [Curbed Hamptons]