Bayfront Sag Harbor home sells for almost $3M below initial ask

April 03, 2019 03:47PM

Three homes in Sag Harbor recently changed hands with price tags totaling $19.1 million, 27east reported. The priciest of them, 37 Noyac Bay Avenue, sold for $8.5 million, a drop from the nearly $12 million it sought after coming on the market in nearly 2017. The 4,485-square-foot home sits on an acre with 200 feet of water frontage on the bay its street is named after. The home has four bedrooms, five bathrooms, bluestone patios and a waterside pool. The property, listed by Christopher Covert of Saunders & Associates, has manicured lawns and specimen trees along with a stairs leading down to a private beach where owners can tie up their boat. The buyer’s identity is shielded by a limited liability company. Nearby, Wilson and Kathryn Huberty bought the Captain Osborne Edwards House earlier this year $6.5 million in a sale brokered by the Corcoran Group’s Susan Breitenbach. Built in 1854, the 5,200-square-foot renovated home at 27 Suffolk Street has six bedrooms, six bathrooms, three floors, six fireplaces, antique pine floors, a saltwater pool and an entertainment pavilion. The home was completely redone by designer Steven Gambrel of Timeless Homes, who updated it with modern conveniences. Lastly, the historic 5,140-square-foot L’Hommedieu House at 258 Main Street, which went to contract late last year after listing for almost $6 million in May 2018, ultimately sold for $4.1 million. Sotheby’s International Realty’s Christina Galesi had the listing. [27east]