This rather charmingly decorated Greek Revival in Sag Harbor has been on and off the market. We’re wondering if the distinctive decor and the clutter might holf it back from a sale. After all, Sag Harbor is a hot market, this is on a good street, and there’s even room for a pool. Plus the house, while renovated to 21st century standards, offers plenty of period charm with its wide-planked floors, built-ins, and high ceilings. It’s repped by Gioia DiPaolo at Sotheby’s.
Or maybe the price needs to come down more than it has. Two years ago, the ask was $2.85 million; now it’s $2.795 million. The house was built in 1832 for Reverend Samuel King, who was the pastor of the Sag Harbor Presbyterian Church. Unfortunately, old Samuel didn’t get it enjoy it for long since he died in 1833.
The house is a good size for the area at 2460 square feet; there are three bedrooms and 3.5 baths. The new kitchen is particularly attractive with black cabinetry and a barn door. Outside, mature gardens brighten up the 0.29 acres of land, and as stated, there’s plenty of room for a pool in the back.
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