This rarely available historic Sag Harbor home was built c. 1790 for Revolutionary War veteran Captain Aaron Clark. The home was moved in 1884 to the present location after the property was sold to the Episcopal Church. Outside you will find extensive hedging including two whale shaped hedges. The main floor features the living room with working fireplace, dining room with windows on three sides, eat-in chefs kitchen with additional seating and TV, full bath, washer and dryer and gorgeous detailing including rope molding and wide plank floors. The beautiful bead-board and brass stairway leads up to the second floor featuring one en-suite primary bedroom and three additional bedrooms and one bath. New appliances and central air-conditioning make this cozy home super convenient and easy to live in. Guest house with three additional bedrooms. Minutes to all Sag Harbor Village has to offer.