Sag Harbor Village District

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Sag Harbor Village District
Sag Harbor Village District Dec 10.jpg
Sag Harbor Village District, December 2010
Sag Harbor Village District is located in New York
Sag Harbor Village District
Location Roughly bounded by Sag Harbor, Rysam, Hamilton, Marsden, Main and Long Island Ave., (original)
Roughly bounded by Sag Harbor, Bay, Eastville, Grand, Joel's Ln., Middle Line Hwy., Main, Glover and Long Island, Sag Harbor, New York
Coordinates 40°59′50″N 72°17′44″W / 40.99722°N 72.29556°W / 40.99722; -72.29556Coordinates: 40°59′50″N 72°17′44″W / 40.99722°N 72.29556°W / 40.99722; -72.29556
Architect Minard Lafever; unknowns
Architectural style Early Republic, Greek Revival, Late Victorian (original)
Georgian, Federal, Greek Revival (increase)
Governing body Local
NRHP Reference #

73001274, 94000400

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Added to NRHP July 20, 1973 (original)
May 10, 1994 (increase)[1]

Sag Harbor Village District is a national historic district in Sag Harbor, Suffolk County, New York. It comprises the entire business district of the village. It includes 870 contributing buildings, seven contributing sites, two contributing structures, and three contributing objects. It includes the First Presbyterian Church, a National Historic Landmark building designed by Minard Lafever.

The district was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973 and its boundaries were increased in 1994.[1][2][3]

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