SOLD | Built 1833 | 10,000 Sq. Ft. | 7 Beds | 7.5 Baths | 1.1 Acres
238 Main Street, Sag Harbor, New York, United States, 11963
A Sag Harbor classic with roots dating to 1833 has sold for $9.5 million after five years on the market for as much as $19.75 million. One of the largest homes on one of the largest lots on renowned Captain’s Row, the historic Nathan P. Howell House is a rare example of period architecture with many original details. Built in 1833 representing Sag Harbor’s most elaborate Greek Revival architecture, expanded and remodelled, the main residence offers over 10,000 square feet of living space on four levels with 7 bedrooms, 8 full and 1 half baths. Marvel at original details such as double-hung sash windows, shutters, acanthus leaves, and moldings, expert craftsmanship, fine millwork and trim, antique wide plank floors and marble mantles. Arched entries lead along gracious hallways to grand light-filled parlors with 10.5′ ceilings. This stylish landmark home also features a superbly appointed epicurean kitchen, 9 fireplaces, 2 staircases, an elevator, and a cupola, with stunning sunsets and views. Situated on over an acre in the heart of the village, the elaborately landscaped grounds and beautiful gardens provide the utmost in privacy and include a gunite pool and a four-bay, climate-controlled garage with separate art studio, with full bath and kitchenette attached. The Nathan P. Howell House was on the market for $10.9 million with Susan Breitenbach and Cutter Koster of The Corcoran Group.