Historic, charming, pre-revolutionary, Hamptons-cottage, with true character. Known by some as "the oldest house in Sag Harbor," the home was originally built in 1693 in Sagaponack. It was moved several times before finally settling on Sag Harbor Village's historic Union Street; mere blocks from village shops, the Jitney, top restaurants, the renowned American Hotel, the Bay Street Theatre, Long Wharf, and the sandy enjoyment of Sag Harbor Bay beaches. The cozy living room and dining room are the core of the original structure; featuring antique exposed beams and wide wood plank floors throughout. Two working fireplaces add charm and ambiance. The spacious upstairs master suite features a dormer. The kitchen was modified with new cabinets, counter tops, and appliances. There are two bedrooms and two full baths in the main house, plus a separate carriage house with full bath, radiant heat throughout, and plenty of space for entertaining, artistry, or office space. The southeast corner of the property features a Walpole-shingled storage and garden shed. Outstanding location. Exceptional value. Nothing else like it!