Sited on North Haven's Polles Creek, this charming 1800s house was moved from Sag Harbor Village to its current quiet cul-de-sac location--a stunning south-west waterfront panorama. This 3 bedrooms 2.5 bath cottage has many of the original details including wide pumpkin pine floors. Two of the bedrooms are ensuite and the half bath could easily be converted to a full bath with shower. The living area has a waterside fireplace, large windows and doors all letting the magnificent waterfront views in. There is also an attached 2-car garage. This cottage could be taken up a notch or two and you'd end up with a divine historic waterfront property. Permits are in place for a waterside infinity pool and soon-to-be-approved catwalk that extends out into the creek for easy access to kayaking and paddleboarding. Sounds pretty idyllic, right? But there's more. If you want new construction and more space, there are approved permits in place for a 3,900 plus square feet home with 4 ensuite bedrooms, den, living room, 2 fireplaces, and garage. All the permit work, time and money spent has been done for you. Quick recap: you can update and renovate the 1800s cottage and put in the pool and catwalk and you have a very sweet set-up; or you can build new with the pool and catwalk and you have stunning waterfront property with lots of bells and whistles. This property can appeal to a wide market, and the bird activity--egrets, swans, canvas-back ducks, cormorants--and the ever-changing water views and sunsets won't disappoint. Photographs by John Hall.
Jack and Cee both come from service-oriented backgrounds- art and fashion- which gives them specialized tools for working with savvy clients and customers. This discerning eye for detail, quality and value produces excellent results and homeowner satisfaction.