Work can be just a stone’s throw away from home for the prospective shopkeeper who buys this circa-1800 Sag Harbor Village property. It is listed for $2.995 million.
The approximately 3,650-square-foot home on 0.15 acres has a 448-square-foot barn, from which a previous owner operated a wood shop and sold furniture, says listing agent Susan Breitenbach of The Corcoran Group.
“It’s very charming. The dual purpose is really great,” she says, adding that other possible uses for the space, which has its own parking and is located “right at the end of town,” include light retail, such as a clothing store.
There are three bedrooms and three full bathrooms, as well as six fireplaces, a formal dining place, an eat-in kitchen, a loft, a breakfast area and a terraced backyard.