A Sag Harbor multifamily home on the market for $3.245 million comes with a lot of history.
Called the Washburn House, the Federal-style home was built circa 1828 with a Gothic Revival entrance added later, according to the Sag Harbor Historical Society. It was occupied by Noah Washburn, who was a captain and ran it as a boardinghouse for a short time in the late 1800s.
The house on Suffolk Street is currently configured for six apartments, with leases in place through September 2016, and the buyer has the opportunity to restore it to a single-family home, says listing agent Caleb Kercheval of Sotheby’s International Realty.
“I think it’s one of the most beautiful streets in Sag Harbor,” Kercheval says.