Right in the heart of Sag Harbor Village on one of the most desirable commercial streets in HOT Sag Harbor. This is a rare opportunity to acquire a beautifully maintained commercial property. Charming, historic and perfect for an art gallery, boutique or any upscale retail business. Currently occupied by a single business, the building can be delivered vacant in one year. The building has two street-front entrances and could easily be converted back to two units. There is additional office space upstairs with a bathroom that can can be converted to residential, and a heated full basement as well. Unlock the great potential of this prime village location. One of the few east end local villages that have become a year-round shopping community.
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