A newly-renovated house with modern coastal style, just steps from John Steinbeck’s cottage, is available for any two weeks in August.
The Sag Harbor Partnership worked with the Southampton Town to ensure John Steinbeck’s house and writer’s studio not be developed.
The Sag Harbor home that long belonged to the late legendary Random House editor Jason Epstein has new owners.
“Every once in a while we get to do something historic. I believe this is historic,” said Supervisor Jay Schneiderman just before the vote to buy the development rights for the John Steinbeck property.
Friends of Bay Street put the Sag Harbor property it bought with the intention to build a new home for Bay Street Theater on the market for $25 million.
A historic Sag Harbor house offers not only many charming original details but it is set on a near-acre parcel, rare for the village.
John Scott “JT’ Thomas and Robert Stearns of Brown Harris Stevens had the listing for the home, which has stellar views over Sag Harbor Cove.
A Sag Harbor home on the National Register of Historic Places sold for $12 million, a half-million over the original asking price, earlier this year.
The property at 34 High Street, asking $4.7 million, includes not only a newly renovated home, but an updated cottage, called “Le Rose de 34 Bis.”
Step inside a historic house in the heart of Sag Harbor Village to see a major transformation with dramatic interiors.