In Noyac, A Tired 1970s House Goes From Drab to Fab


This property was listed earlier this year in a tired condition, with a house built in 1973 that belonged to Father John Drab, a Catholic priest who died at the age of 95. It sold in July for $850K.

Three friends–Ben Dixon, Raul Rivera, and Erwin Villaorduna–performed a truly amazing renovation. Dixon, an agent in NYC with Elliman, is listing the property for sale along with local Elliman agents Justin Agnello and Hara Kang, asking $2.5 million.

The results are fantastic.

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There’s 3350 square feet set on 0.8 of an acre, now with a gunite pool and bluestone pation. Indoors, all six bedrooms  now sport marble bathrooms with solid brass fixtures. There’s a new custom staircase and railing.

Of course, all the necessary mechanicals have been taken care of: all new plumbing, electrical, HVAC, roof, windows, siding, and septic. We think the place looks fab now! Well done.

For more, click here. 24 Pheasant Road, Sag Harbor

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