We’ve found the perfect perch from which to enjoy sea breezes this summer. Best of all—it’s for rent! This lovely Greek Revival-style cottage was built in 1834. It’s a 2-bedroom, 2.5-bath structure located in Sag Harbor Village, just a stone’s throw from Sag Harbor Bay and the Sag Harbor Yacht Club. There's also a detached cottage on the property. The home is filled with exposed wood—walls, floors, ceilings, and beams—and 1,800 square feet of charm. Thanks to its rustic style, easy elegance, and unfussy personality, we can’t imagine a lovelier getaway on the coast.
According to the brokers at Compass Real Estate, it’s “located on a quiet street just seconds away from the heart of Sag Harbor Village,” and “a new pool is being constructed just in time for summer.” The property is available to rent from August to Labor Day for $25,000.
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The Living Room
Exposed beams and wood walls imbue the design with history and a distinct sense of cozy comfort.
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Wall of Windows
Ample windows ensure the home is always drenched in light, especially in the living room, where exposed brick behind the fireplace offers another cozy vignette.
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Glossy black lower cabinets and open shelving lend elegance and visual appeal to the compact kitchen.
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The Dining Room
There’s plenty of room for all your guests to pull up a chair in the dining room, a pale-walled space that is balanced by the warmth of its hardwood floors and antique furniture.
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White walls and cozy linens offer a home away from home—and a comfortable night’s sleep on the coast. The two-story home includes two bedrooms, a wood-burning fireplace, and a tranquil design scheme.
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The property is beautifully appointed, with a design scheme that both nods to the history of the home and channels a sense of effortless elegance.
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The home offers plenty of places to curl up in a chair, read a good book, and enjoy your getaway on the harbor.