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Buyers find new charm in old Hamptons homes

July 06, 2016 01:07PM

The 1853-built Captain Overton House in Sag Harbor (credit: Habituallychic.luxury)

The 1853-built Captain Overton House in Sag Harbor (credit: Habituallychic.luxury)

It may be out with the new and in with the old in the Hamptons. Local agents are seeing more buyers restoring historic properties because of neighborhood preservation efforts, 27East reported. In an effort to curb the demolitions of older structures, the Sag Harbor Village Board, for instance, is now limiting new construction of more than 3,000 square feet. [27East] — Cathaleen Chen

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