1760 Captain John Hulbert House Reduced to $5.9M in Sag Harbor, NY (PHOTOS)

1760 Captain John Hulbert House Reduced to $5.9M in Sag Harbor, NY

$5,995,000 | Built 1760 | 6,000 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 5.5 Baths |  0.20 Acres
6 Union Street, Sag Harbor, New York, United States, 11963

Sag Harbor, New York’s landmark Captain John Hulbert House is pending sale after being reduced to $5.9 million. The property has been on the market since 2018 for as much as $7.5 million. The 6,000 square foot residence last sold in 2017 for $2.5 million before a substantial remodel. The magnificent Italianate style home has been completely restored and renovated by Breskin Development and offers modern conveniences while staying true to the original design of this beloved landmarked treasure. Six Union was originally constructed in 1760 for Revolutionary War veteran Captain John Hulbert and his family. Captain Hulbert and his militia were integral in the recapture of Fort Ticonderoga from the British in 1773. It is rumoured that the original prototype of the American flag was designed by Hulbert to lead his forces and was believed to have influenced the one sewn by Betsy Ross the following year. The team at Breskin, tasked with restoring one of the largest and historically significant properties ever undertaken in the Village, has carefully infused modern Hamptons luxury while maintaining 18th century historic elements such as exposed hand-hewn beams and original mouldings and eight masonry fireplaces.

This magnificent 6,000 square foot home features a great room with fireplace and adjoining kitchen. The kitchen was masterfully designed and constructed by fifth generation Ciuffo Custom Cabinetry with a high gloss finish and brass accents. There is accented brass shelving from Amuneal as well as a LaCornue stove and Sub-Zero refrigerator. The great room features French doors overlooking the garden and built-in 16-foot by 36-foot heated Gunite pool with bluestone surround. The main level also includes a formal living room and dining room with restored Venetian plasterwork, a double-sided fireplace, and full-service butler’s pantry with access to a wraparound mahogany front porch. Solace and respite await on the second level, which boasts a master bedroom with 10-foot ceilings, a large bathroom with a full soaking tub, two full-sized walk- in closets and extensive outdoor private mahogany deck overlooking the backyard.

 



It also features two graciously sized en suite guest rooms. All feature working masonry fireplaces and original exposed hand-hewn beams. There is a secondary laundry room for added convenience. The third level features a stunning copper bar and cabinetry ready for entertaining and an entrance to an 800 square foot roof-deck, equipped with a lounge area, fireplace and accent lighting. All stories are supplemented by a full-service elevator as well as a main and secondary staircase. Additionally, the 1500 square foot lower level features two additional bedrooms with a shared full bathroom, a separate half bath, a spacious media room with a fireplace and custom cabinetry. There is an additional room that can be utilized as a wine cellar or gym. There is a full laundry room that also includes extensive custom cabinetry. The entire lower level is enhanced with exposed original hand-hewn beams and 10-foot ceilings. The Captain John Hulbert House is pending sale and on the market for $5.9 million with Erica Grossman and Linn Turecamo of Douglas Elliman.













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