Sag Harbor Village is a step back in time, its historic and iconic architecture reminiscent of days when the whale fishery fueled the town's economy and lit houses around the world. This 2 bedroom 2 bath cottage was built in 1693, and survives as one of the oldest houses in Sag Harbor Village at 64 Union Street. Originally located in Sagaponack, it found its way to the heart of the village, steps from the Old Whaler's Church, John Jermain Library, Whaler's Museum and everything that Main Street has to offer. The formal dining and cozy living room feature original working fireplaces framed by exposed beams and wide plank floors. The kitchen was modified with new cabinets, counter tops, and appliances including washer dryer. Unique to this property is the large separate cottage studio with full bath, radiant heated floors, and plenty of space for entertaining, used as an art studio, or office. The beautiful garden is rimmed with shade trees and has room for a pool.