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Storybook Hamptons house asks $3.8M

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The 2008 home was built to resemble an old sea captain’s house

Photos by Rise Media

Sag Harbor is one of the most charming towns in the Hamptons, packed with stately vacation homes, a bustling wharf, and New England-style architecture. And while there is plenty of historic architecture to marvel at, the latest listing to cross our desk is a newer construction made to feel old.

With three bedrooms and three bathrooms, this 2,300-square-foot home is located on Green Street, a coveted location in Sag Harbor Village. Built in 2008 and designed to resemble an old sea captain’s residence, the house features bleached wide-plank floors, hand-hewn ceilings beams, and white shiplap walls. You enter through lacquered Dutch doors and an open floor plan that moves from the living room to kitchen, dining area, and cozy fireplace-filled family room.

Large windows let in plenty of light, antique light fixtures add character, and modern amenities ensure that old world charm doesn’t interfere with house efficiencies. Outside, a picture-perfect heated gunite pool also boasts a bluestone patio, retractable awning, and a well-lit dining courtyard. A private garden designed by landscape architect Joseph Cornetta rounds out the amenities.

The listing is being sold fully furnished; if it strikes your fancy, act quickly. 5 Green Street is on the market now for $3,795,000.

Hand-hewn ceiling beams make a statement in the living room.
The white kitchen features top-notch luxury appliances.
A sunny family room looks out onto the pool.
A fireplace adds coziness.
The master bedroom also features exposed beams.
The pool and landscape gardens make for an alluring backyard.