Maintaining an air of elegance throughout countless decades, this late 18th-century estate built by Lieut. Col. John Hulburt has undergone a major transformation. Recognized by the National Register of Historic Places, Sag Harbor’s 241 Main Street can now be repurposed as a modern Hamptons getaway for the discerning buyer. Set just off the road for both privacy and accessibility, the stately home is framed by a large covered wraparound porch, traditional wrought iron gates and Americana-inspired flag pole.
Boasting 5 bedrooms and 6.5 baths, this three-story home features multiple private deluxe bedroom suites, a dramatic great room, and a kitchen with a huge center island. An open-concept ground floor allows residents to mingle, dine and relax between the dining and seating areas. A cozy fireplace with ornate detailing frames the additional downstairs den.
A showstopping floor-to-ceiling window panel bathes the earth-tone living room in sun, a balance of modernity juxtaposed against rustic wood beams lining the vaulted ceilings. French doors lead to the back garden, an oasis designed by Davis Landscaping filled with greenery and Japanese maple trees. Take a refreshing post-beach dip in a 40-foot gunite pool, nestle up beside the outdoor fireplace, and soak up some rays on the expansive bluestone patio.
Friends and family can bunk in the charming guest home adjacent to the pool, outfitted with a king bed, kitchen, full bath and steam shower. This revived East End gem is in the heart of town, conveniently located near an array of restaurants, luxury shopping and cultural destinations. Boat owners can utilize the abundance of nearby marinas for docking and sailing out on the scenic coves and bays of Sag Harbor.
Available for sale at $11,500,000 through Rylan Jacka (@rylan05, @rylanjackarealestate) at Sotheby’s International Realty. 241mainstreet.com