This exquisite home offers tantalizing views from mountain to the sea. Experience sunset views of the golf course, ocean, and Maui. This 4 bedroom, 4 full and 2 half bath home has 4700 sq ft of well appointed opulence designed by renowned interior decorator Peggy Chestnut. Exceptional features include travertine floors throughout, Viking and Fisher Paykel stainless steel appliances, African Mahogany, Western Red Cedar ceilings, Granite counter tops, salt water infinity edge pool, waterfall pond, and so much more. Entertain guest or for extended family with a separate private Ohana surrounded by lush landscaping.
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Sag Harbor is approximately 100 miles from New York City, easily accessible by luxury bus liner, the Long Island Railroad and Expressway and Connecticut ferries. The historic village offers magnificent Sag Harbor real estate, many fine restaurants and boutiques and is home to the Bay Street Theatre, the legendary American Hotel, the Sag Harbor Whaling Museum and the first Customs House in the United States. The large boat basin harbors a variety of yachts and sailboats serviced by the Sag Harbor Yacht Club and the Breakwater Yacht Club, and hosts weekly sailboat races in season.
Check out this great interview with New York State Senator Kenneth P. LaValle:
“Senator, please share with our readers your thoughts on the current housing issues that political leaders must address.
Ken LaValle: One of the primary elements of the housing crisis is that too many of our young educated people are not able to buy or rent on Long Island. They’re forced to move away, not by choice, but because of economic necessity. We have to balance the need for preservation and environmental considerations with the need for affordable housing. Over development affects our ground water as well as our sanitary conditions. There is also a need for work-force housing.