Quite possibly the most iconic house in Sagaponack, Halseycot, originally the summer home of Stephen Bolles Halsey and his wife Adelia VanWyck Vandervoort, was built in 1894. Those who know and love Sagaponack are aware of this classic, storied, Shingle-style home at the western end of Daniel's Lane. Sitting on just over 1.4 acres, the well-loved and meticulously cared for home features six bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, a fireplace, kitchen, dining, and living room in approximately 2,346 square feet. The home's timeless exterior with cedar shingles, crisp white shutters, and wraparound porch welcome visitors just as much today as they did more than 120 years ago. The property also includes an approximately 1,020-square-foot original circa 1900 stand-alone barn, and two separate one-story outbuildings. The historic home and barn were well-built and have withstood many severe storms and hurricanes over the years. Bordered on the north by a 16-acre reserve, the ample property offers privacy without seclusion with its mature trees and space for expansion. Located just a half mile from Gibson Beach, the Atlantic Ocean is within eyeshot, and could once be seen from every room in the house except for one upstairs bathroom. To this day, the sounds of the ocean and clean, clear, salty air are to be enjoyed year-round. The Village of Sagaponack holds fast to its roots-much like Halseycot-and has one of the few remaining public one-room schoolhouses in the country. Though it boasts the lowest tax base in the Hamptons, Sagaponack is consistently one of the most expensive zip codes in the U.S.
Courtesy of: Douglas Elliman Bridgehampton
Office Phone: 631.537.5900
Listing Agent: Paul Brennan
Updated: 28th January, 2020 2:44 AM.
76 Daniels Ln Sgpk South, NY