In 2005, the property sold for $1.57 million and the current house was finished three years later in 2008. Though it’s been available to rent in the past, this is the first time that it’s come on the sales market.
Some of the best 19th century features of this 131-year-old historic district home include the hardwood floors, paneled walls and ceilings, the stone fireplace in the living room, and the chapel style doors off the second-level bedrooms that lead out to a porch and bring you back in time.
Bridgehampton, Amagansett, Hampton Bays, Westhampton, Southampton, and Sag Harbor village all saw increases in total number of home sales, while the greater Sag Harbor area, Shelter Island, East Hampton, and Montauk all saw decreases.
With a $11,995,000 asking price, the historic Ram’s Head Inn is on the market with a little over four acres of land and 17 guest rooms. The 15,500-square-foot property has a dining room that can seat 180.