Elliman broker, brother aboard as Sag Harbor home goes to contract

TRD New York /
Mar.March 20, 2019 02:47 PM

After coming on the market with a nearly $6 million price tag and taking several price cuts down to $5.25 million, a half-acre property at 2 Harding Terrace in Sag Harbor has gone into contract, Curbed reported. The 5,500-square-foot home designed by architect Peter Cook and developed by Bruce Bronster, an attorney who along with several investors has reportedly bought up several Sag Harbor properties in recent years. (Bronster was a partner at Manhattan-based Windels Marx Lane & Mittendorf until last September, when he led a 16-lawyer group that formed his eponymous foreclosure and litigation boutique.) The property at 2 Harding Terrace has six bedrooms, five bathrooms, three half-bathrooms, views of Sag Harbor Bay, white oak floors, a gym and a home theater. The property also has a heated gunite pool and a spa. Douglas Elliman agents William Wolff, Robin Bender and Tal Alexander, the latter of whom was profiled by The Real Deal this week, have the listing. [Curbed]


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