In the heart of the Village, walking distance to art & culture, waterfront, fine cuisine, bay beaches*, and family-friendly activities. Rear apartment of beautifully renovated 1830s whaling house: "country quiet," great light/decor. Two bedroom, one bath apartment great for couples (w/ one child), solo adventurers, business travelers. (*Ocean beaches a ten-min drive.)
The rear half of the main house is also its own separate "rear" apartment which can be shut off from the front part of the house by a pair of double doors. The apartment consists of two bedrooms, one full renovated bathroom (shower, not tub), a kitchenette, and living/dining area w/ large flat-screen TV, cable & Apple TV connected to a Sonos soundbar which can also be used to play music via your device (I think!). The apartment enjoys separate entrances to the rear terrace and driveway/street. NOTE: The bathroom is en suite to the Queen guest room which means the Single guest room guest pass through the Queen bedroom to reach it. So the single room is great for a child or close friend but maybe not for others.
Airbnb guests will have full access to the rear apartment of the main house, as well as the rear main terrace. There is a cottage to the rear of the main house where I sometimes stay, generally on weekends. Other than occasionally seeing the cottage occupant walking along the driveway to access the cottage and street, rear apartment occupants have total privacy from cottage.
- Smoking okay outside (but NEVER inside the house); please dispose of your butts
- Dogs permitted on case by case basis (depending on pet): absolutely no pets who are chewers or scratchers or who are not fully house trained.
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I am an environmentalist and new to airbnb. I live in Brooklyn and spend weekends in Sag Harbor. I love sports, travel, good books, food and wine and enjoy making my homes really comfortable and aesthetically pleasing places to live/be. I dig the idea of a sharing economy -- it makes total sense from an efficiency standpoint. Why not have idle resources like cars and homes that, when not being used, other people can benefit from while enabling the owner to bring in a little extra income? It's almost like an old-fashioned bartering-based economy.