41 Crescent Street

Modern Masterpiece

41 Crescent Street

Completed in 2017 this modern home has it all. Buy the epitome of elegance and good taste sitting on a west-viewing waterfront lot in Sag Harbor. Nothing else on the market compares to this 4 bedroom, 5 bathroom modern house with a saline mirrored-edge pool and spa, two fireplaces, roof deck with kitchenette and brand new deep-water dock. Complete Poggenpohl cabinetry throughout the house, including the kitchen with Wolf, Sub Zero and Miele appliances built for a chef awaits the new owner.

Complementing the overall modern and forward thinking design, is the technology in this home. Everything can be controlled via your mobile phone from the high-resolution security cameras and alarm, to the heating and cooling, Ring door system and Sonos music which creates any atmosphere you desire through the house. Safely park your boat at the dock in the protected Sag Harbor Cove and join the party that will appreciate the large 400 sq. ft. deck with direct access to the pool and spa With sunset views over Long Beach visible from the second floor and roof deck, remember that no one has ever invited you to a sunrise party.

  • 4

    Bedrooms

  • 5

    Bathrooms

  • 5m

    Price

  • 2017

    Year Built

  • 0.61

    Acres

Perfect Modern Details

Home Details

Smart Home
Two Fireplaces
Roof Deck
Brand New, Deep Water & Protected Dock
Poggenpohl Cabinetry
Wolf, Subzero and Miele Appliances
Sonos Music Throughout
Heating and Cooling Controlled by Phone
Saline Mirrored-edge Pool and Spa
Landscaping by Marders

Floor Plans

Sag Harbor, NY

Location

Waterfront Dining

Sag Harbor is a beautiful and quiet harbor town. It is one of the few hamlets that has an abundance of restaurants that offer waterfront dining.

Cultural Center

Located on the wharf, Bay Street Theater, is one of the few performing arts centers on the East End. Every summer it hosts many talented artists and celebrities.

Rich History

Famous as an old port, in the 18th century Sag Harbor had more vessels engaged in commerce than New York City.

Sag Harbor

Sag Harbor, a Village of 2 square miles, is rich with history. The earliest inhabitants of this area were the Algonquin Indians. They called this place Weg-wag-onuch which was derived from the Algonquin word “:Weg-quae-and-auke” meaning “the land or place at the end of the hill”. Sag Harbor, at that time, was made up of hills, streams, meadows and swamps. The neighboring villages called this area Great Meadows.

Sagaponack, south of Sag Harbor, benefited greatly from the convenient location of the “Great Meadows”, with the harbor providing an excellent port from which they could ship their goods. They called the place Sagaponack Harbor or the Harbor of Sagg. Although records indicate that there was no permanent settlement until the late 1730, Southampton Town records first mention Sag Harbor by name in 1709. East Hampton records, although not calling the place Sag Harbor, recorded that Joseph Stretton was left, by his father, “a share of the piece of meadow that lies nearest Hog Neck (North Haven) in this town’s bounds”. This was in 1698.

Meet the Listing Agent

Raymond Lord

Raymond G. Lord III, Licensed Real Estate Salesperson with Douglas Elliman, found his niche in the Hamptons Real estate market, following graduation. Energized by his first sale of a 3-million-dollar home, Raymond has since formed a highly successful team whose sales growth, market leadership, and trendsetting innovations consistently rank among the highest in Douglas Elliman on the East End.

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Between his aggressiveness and people skills, like his times on the football field, Ray treats real estate as a contact sport. He has a knack for details and ability to offer full white-glove service to his customers and clients. Whether one is searching for a great investment, dream property, or wishing to sell, his competitive mentality will serve them well. As a member of the National Association of Gay & Lesbian Real Estate Professionals he advocates for equality and inclusion. In March of 2017 Raymond was recognized as REALTOR® Magazine's winner of 30 Under 30 Web Choice Award and recognized as one of REALTOR® Magazine's "30 under 30" for 2017. Beyond life in real estate, he is an active entrepreneur, mentor, advocate and philanthropist. Raymond is a Advisory Board member for 100 Cameras, host committee member of Lambda Legal in the Hamptons and supporter of the Hetrick Martin Institute's School's Out event. Along with creating an Ambassadorship at Geneseo under the theme of "Disruption." he has also created the Raymond G. Lord III Externship Endowment at the State University of New York, College at Geneseo which "Gives students the opportunity to network with alumni living in major cities; presently on a yearly rotation between Boston, Washington DC and NYC. It provides an array of career related activities designed to encourage students to explore possibilities outside the familiar, and to gain a better understanding of the real world of employment."