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A shingled fixer-upper in Sag Harbor seeks $795K

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It’s just a 5-minute walk from nearby bay beaches

The shingled home is located in the Pine Neck neighborhood of Sag Harbor.
Douglas Elliman

Andrea Grover, the executive director of Guild Hall in East Hampton, has reduced the asking price of her Sag Harbor fixer-upper, reports the New York Post.

Grover is also a curator, an artist, and a writer, and previously served as the curator of special projects for the Century Arts Foundation at the Parrish Art Museum.

Originally built in 1930, Grover purchased the house in the Pine Neck area of Sag Harbor for $525,000 in 2010. In December of 2018, she listed the compact 0.11-acre property for $825,000. Earlier this week, she cut the price for the first time since it came on the market last month.

The shingled cottage offers 1,650 square feet of living space, three bedrooms, and two and a half bathrooms. Features include hardwood floors in the communal spaces, a wide open eat-in kitchen with a stove, and beamed cathedral ceilings in the living room.

We’d love to see what the house would look like after the kitchen and bathrooms were renovated and hardwood floors replaced the carpet in the bedrooms.

Located at 56 Pine Neck Avenue, the house is just a 5-minute walk from nearby bay beaches and 4 miles east of Sag Harbor village shops and restaurants.

An eat-in kitchen with hardwood floors and a stove.
Douglas Elliman
The living room is spacious and has beamed cathedral ceilings.
Douglas Elliman
Three bedrooms.
Douglas Elliman
Two full bathrooms, one half.
Douglas Elliman

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