28 Bittersweet Ln is now being offered for purchase alone asking $2.5m -OR- In conjunction with the two abutting properties (24 & 32 Bittersweet Ln) offering a unique compound opportunity asking $8.995m total for all three lots. The three-lot acquisition has the potential of merging the two waterfront parcels together to build a new 10,000± SF above grade home boasting breathtaking sunset and…
28 Bittersweet Ln is now being offered for purchase alone asking $2.5m -OR- In conjunction with the two abutting properties (24 & 32 Bittersweet Ln) offering a unique compound opportunity asking $8.995m total for all three lots. The three-lot acquisition has the potential of merging the two waterfront parcels together to build a new 10,000± SF above grade home boasting breathtaking sunset and water views from every room in the home. A wall of retractable glass doors allowing a seamless transition out to an extensive partially covered deck with a 20x40 infinity edge waterside pool turns this entertainers' dream into a reality. Rounding off this trophy property with all the bells and whistles, another 3,500± SF home can be built on the landward lot as a legal guest house with a sunken tennis court tucked into the back of the property. An Initial Zoning Analysis with additional information has been completed for the three-lot acquisition and available by request. Just listed: Only 28 Bittersweet- 0.37± acre bayfront property conveniently located adjacent to a pond offering natural privacy, as well as a non-disturbance buffer that currently prevents any future development of any kind next door. Featuring 94± feet of bulkhead, allowing a wide open and unobstructed Western view across The Little Peconic Bay to Robins Island, Southold and Shelter Island, this location offers arguably the most ideal spot to consistently see the most breathtaking and beautiful sunsets from home than anywhere else in the Hamptons. The building department has confirmed that this property can accommodate a pool. Built in 1928: This four bedroom, one full and one-half bath two-story, 1,600± SF Craftsman-style bungalow, clad in wood shingles with overhanging eaves creating a front entry porch which was built around the time when Noyac would have already been established as a destination for summer tourists. Thanks in large part to the extension of the train line to Sag Harbor in 1869, developers began establishing summer colonies along Noyac Bay to take advantage of the views and beach access in the 1880's and by the 1920's they were building in areas such as Pine Neck Park, Turtle Cove, Bay Point and Cedar Point. The house has remained in the same family for nearly the whole century since the current owners' grandfather built the Summer house in 1928. While using the house in the Summer, they've consistently maintained it when needed and made upgrades when possible, making this a great option for someone who prefers to put their own finishing touches on their home and appreciates the history and character that comes along with a home as special as this one! This ideal location is just outside Sag Harbor Village, while also having central access to each of the roads bringing you into either Bridgehampton, Water Mill or Southampton Village within only an additional five minutes of travel time.
28 Bittersweet Lane, Sag Harbor, NY 11963, Sag Harbor, New York, United States