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THE NEW STANDARD OF LUXURY IN SAG HARBOR VILLAGE

43 Suffolk Street is located in the historic seaport village of Sag Harbor.

Spanning both the Town of East Hampton and the Town of Southampton, Sag Harbor is approximately 100 miles from New York City, easily accessible by Hampton Jitney, the Hampton Luxury Liner, the Long Island Railroad and Expressway, Connecticut ferries and by boat. With its proximity to the Peconic Bay and its inlets and bay beaches in a village setting, Sag Harbor is attractive to water and boating enthusiasts.

Sag Harbor has also long been considered a writers’ haven. ‘The Last of the Mohicans’ author James Fenimore Cooper arrived in Sag Harbor in 1818, searching for whales and taking notes that surely informed his many sea stories. John Steinbeck was living on Sag Harbor’s Bluff Point when he won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1962 and set his novel, “Winter of Our Discontent” in the Village. Other well known writers such as E.L. Doctorow, Betty Friedan, Joe Pintauro and Lanford Wilson have taken their inspiration from Sag Harbor. The village is mentioned several times in literature’s most famous whaling book, Herman Melville’s “Moby-Dick.”

The historic village offers many fine restaurants and boutiques and is home to 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.

The village has also become a lively cultural center centered around the Bay Street Theatre, the Hamptons Film Festival, and seasonal events like the Sag Harbor Musical Festival, Harborfest and the Harborfrost festivals. With its rich architectural heritage, the village offers a wide range of properties from large historic homes to casual beach cottages. Suffolk Street, in the heart of the village, is undisputedly the premiere residential address of Sag Harbor and is lined with impeccably renovated historic estates.

Newly built in 2016, 43 Suffolk Street offers the utmost in building technology and innovation while maintaining a purity of design and execution that allow it to blend perfectly with the historical character of this very special environs.