#10 and 14 High Street is a rare offering - Located on one of the most highly regarded streets in central Sag Harbor Village, these three adjacent properties offer an abundance of opportunities for the next owners. This incredible combination of a large historic home, adjacent vacant lot, and 2 bedroom cottage totals approximately .90 acres. The primary lot houses an historic home built in 1832 for Rev. Samuel King, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church - the Old Whalers Church. This home features the original wide plank wood floors and an abundance of original details including intricate moldings, 5 operational fireplaces, and the original doorbell. Upon entering the main house, one is greeted through a central foyer. The first floor is welcoming and bright with exceptionally high ceilings and windows allowing sunshine through multiple exposures. There is a large living room and connected dining room each with wood burning fireplaces. The kitchen just beyond features vaulted ceilings with rough hewn beams, another fireplace, along with completely modern upgrades- a kitchen where any cook would be happy to make meals for family or a multitude of friends - marrying the history of the home with modern functionality. The home also has a full home Tensui water filtration system which covers not only the house, but also the swimming pool. Just beyond the kitchen are an attached home office, powder room, mudroom and den which could be converted back to a main floor laundry room if desired. The first floor also features two en-suite bedrooms; one bath has a tub/shower and pedestal sink, the other features pebbled flooring, rain shower, deep soaking tub and stone-tiled walls around tub and sink. Multiple hall closets provide an abundance of additional storage space not often seen in homes with this history. The second floor has a large en-suite bedroom with fireplace, and two additional large bedrooms (one more with a fireplace!) and shared hall bathroom.The third floor is a bright, private aerie with incredible original eyebrow windows, which are able to be raised and allow in the fresh air, a rare feature. This charming space also features a full bathroom with tub/shower and pedestal sink. The outdoor space is designed for recreation, relaxation and entertainment. There are multiple areas flowing from one to the next: a large deck, multi-level patios, custom solar heated gunite pool with waterfall, hot tub, and fire pit. In addition, a screened porch allows for sheltered dining al fresco, surrounded by beautiful mature perennials and trees. The real bonus to this Village compound are the two adjacent properties: a sweet and renovated 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom cottage and cleared building lot which currently has a treehouse and lots of space for fun and games. Multiple sheds provide lots of storage and the acreage itself provides a multitude of future uses (no permits in place). You may never want to leave this piece of paradise but if you do, Bay Street and Village marinas, shops and restaurants are just moments away. The main house is also offered for sale separately at $4,495,000, or the house with vacant land for $6,195,000.
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