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This week’s Curbed Comparisons explores Sag Harbor village homes, including a Green Revival fixer-upper, two other renovated 19th century homes, and one ’90s turnkey home.
According to a representative from Compass, the house has not been finished being built, so we’re curious to see if the new owners are going to tear it down or finish it with their own design.
Stainless steel appliances and marble countertops give the kitchen a contemporary feel, while hardwood floors and vaulted ceilings make the space feel cozy.
The property sold in 2013 for $1 million, and when it came on the market in 2015, it was asking a confident $23.5 million before coming down to $19.5 million.