119 Bay Street, Sag Harbor, New York 11963
119 Bay Street
$3,500,000
4 beds
4,200 Sq.Ft.
2015 BUILT
0 Acres LOT
Set on the waterside of Sag Harbor Village’s revered Bay Street, this 4 bedroom, 4,200 sq. ft. Nantucket style home built in 2015 is a literal stone’s throw from Haven’s Beach and down the street from the marina, Sag Harbor Yacht Club, and all the village charms. Through the gracious front porch sheltered by a standing seam copper accent roof, the home opens on a bright, full height entry with adjacent sitting room. An open living room with fireplace and dining area with coffered ceiling lead through French doors to the rear grounds with heated, gunite pool. The eat-in kitchen, with counter seating and breakfast area, features a Wolf Range, top of the line appliances, and stylish, gray subway tile. A full bath with marble shower completes the main level. Upstairs, the master suite overlooks the rear grounds and features a fireplace and luxurious bath with freestanding tub and steam shower. Three generous guest bedrooms and two full baths complement. The finished lower level, with window wells for natural light, has a generous recreation space, full bath, and two additional rooms ripe for personalization as a gym, media room, or more. Rare opportunity to own a recently built, meticulously maintained dream home in a coveted location on Bay Street.

Area & Lot

Status
Sold
Living Space
4,200 Sq.Ft.
Lot Size
0 Acres
MLS ID
LN:0039538
Type
RESIDENTIAL
Year Built
2015
Architecture Styles
Traditional

Interior

Bedrooms
4
Total Bathrooms
5

Financial

Sales Price
$3,500,000

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