Step inside the gates of this stunning Sag Harbor Village compund and into a luxe oasis of privacy and comfort.
Introducing 22 Suffolk St., where old-world charm meets new-world function. Set on 1.25 acres, a rarity in Sag Harbor, and surrounded by lush greenery and blooms, this property combines traditional beauty with modern touches. The one-story property serves as the guest house for the circa-1840, two-story main house just a few steps away.
Built by Greg D’Angelo Construction and spanning 2,400 square feet, it features a finished basement and a pool house that doubles as an office, ideal for a work-from-home setup. The three-bedroom, four-bathroom dwelling was recently built for a family that wanted to create a house with character that felt like it had been added onto over the years. In order to make that dream a reality, GDC used multiple siding materials so that the house appeared to have gone through renovations and additions.
Upon entering, you’ll be greeted by an abundance of natural light thanks to its thoughtful positioning on the grounds. Likewise, the interior, decorated by Sydney Maag and Chris Connor, exudes warmth. With a mix of both American-made and European furniture, the home boasts custom-made pieces as well as antique finds. Other unique features include the mudroom potting station and the 1930s verre églomisé panels in the living room that came from a post office in the south of France.
Outside, beside the pool and pool house, lie multiple stone terraces, staircases and retaining walls, which create a private oasis. Alongside the manicured lawns and hedges stands a massive 100-year-old linden tree that was carefully preserved throughout the project. Its roots will continue to grow just as the clients’ memories will in their beautifully crafted abode.