410 Main Street, Sag Harbor Village, New York
Brought to you by elite artisan builder M. Daddio, this brand-new four-bedroom, three-bathroom residence delivers contemporary convenience with a deep reverence for Sag Harbor Village's illustrious history. Inspired by the original 1890s traditional whaling residence that once stood at this address, M. Daddio has crafted a historically accurate home infused with authenticity and charm. Don't wait! There's still time to select finishes and fixtures to put your personal stamp on this one-of-a-kind Sag Harbor showplace.
Step inside the luxurious 2,600-square-foot home to discover 11-inch-wide white oak floors, cypress wood detailing, soaring exposed beam ceilings and abundant paned windows. Sun-kissed living and dining areas invite lavish entertaining alongside the spectacular open chef's kitchen, featuring Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances. Gorgeous bedrooms provide luxe accommodations for family and friends alongside marble bathrooms with custom vanities. A second-floor laundry room, a bonus room ideal as a home office, and ample custom built-ins and bookshelves nod to the attention to comfort and ease.
Outside, the gunite pool, patio and covered porch welcome al fresco dining and lounging. Alaskan yellow cedar siding adds magnetic curb appeal to this wonderful home that exudes the Hamptons character buyers dream about and the modern amenities they expect.
From this ultra-convenient location, you're just inches from Mashashimuet Park, the Sag Harbor Tennis Courts and Main Street eateries. Sag Harbor Village is just over a half-mile away, and Havens Beach and Long Beach are minutes from your door.
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