Historic and charming, this home has character. It has been called the oldest house in Sag Harbor. Built in 1693 in Sagaponack, it was moved until finally settling on historic Union Street, just a few blocks to the Village shops, top restaurants, and the Harbor. The cozy living and dining rooms are the core of the original structure and retain the rough ancient beams and extraordinary wide wood planks on the floors, as well as the ceilings and walls. Two working Fireplaces add charm and ambiance. A dormer was added to allow for the spacious Master bedroom suite upstairs. The Kitchen was modified with new cabinets, counter tops, and appliances. There are two bedrooms and two baths in the main house, a studio and bath in the Carriage House which is also used for entertaining in the summer, should weather prohibit al fresco dining in the magical yard and garden. One can see 2 church steeples and hear the chimes marking out the hours from the garden. > In the SE corner of the property is a Walpole shingled storage and garden shed. There is room for a pool. > Sag Harbor is an ideal year-round community. Bay beaches are a bike ride away., it has a highly ranked school system, the renowned Bay Street Theater and the American Hotel, and it will soon have an art and film center on Main Street.