Make history and be the first to live in the newly restored Captain Cartwright House in Sag Habor Village, ideally nestled on one of Sag Harbor’s most coveted and tranquil streets. Originally built in 1835 for Whaling Captain David Cartwright, the Federal-Greek Revival estate has been meticulously restored and expanded for modern day, with no detail overlooked, boasting a level of finish-out to rival the finest standards of architecture and design.
The story unfolds the moment you step inside, where sun soaked enfilade views cast an enchanting note from the front door to the outside deck, gardens, and salt water pool. And although it harkens to the past, this historic beauty comes well-appointed with every 21 st century luxury amenity imaginable. A light and airy entry hall, an antique mahogany staircase, unusually high 8.5-foot ceilings, white-washed wide-plank antique pine floors, an eye-catching beadboard kitchen, an en-suite master retreat accessed through a stately vestibule and mirrored French doors – these are but a few of the striking features to articulate the luxuriousness and graciousness of this exquisite 5,000 square foot home. A symbol of meticulous craftsmanship, high-quality engineering and custom construction, this rare offering cannot be reproduced or replicated under current Sag Harbor Village Zoning. Now is your chance to be the talk of the town and own a historic gem in the heart of Sag Harbor Village.Request Info