The historic seaport village of Sag Harbor, N.Y., is home to many things, a quaint little Main Street and Blue Sky restaurant among them. But the scenic summer town once hosted more sordid earthly delights, as our cousins at Curbed Hamptons discover, in the form of a Federal-style home that's on the market for $1.895M. The 2,200-square-foot three-bedroom was once a brothel—a quirky little detail even the listing proudly points out. It also lived a past life as a tavern. With fun like this, village life never looked so good. Anyone wanna go in for half?
· $1.895M Sag Harbor Home was Once a Brothel, Tavern [Curbed Hamptons]
· Historic Gem in Sag Harbor Village [Saunders]