A must see - Located on Bay Street across from the Harbor's Marina's and Yacht Club. What started out as a modest fisherman's saltbox in the1880's has become one of Sag Harbor's most prominent addresses in the art community. The former home of artist Louisa Chase, "Camp Lucy" (named after Chase's beloved pet, a mixed breed husky that graces the property in sculpture form,) the 0.75 +/- acre retreat is home to a two-story main house and art atelier, accessed via walkway and treetop sky bridge. In the center between home and studio is a European style courtyard w indoor/outdoor seasonal rooms. Adding to its provenance, it was also owned by artist Susan Rothenberg in 1983 who engaged Architect Lee Skolnick to design a two-story artist studio, a creative wonder, beautifully reimagined and built for the famed east light. In the early days, the property was once part of a gigantic swath of land that had been the estate of legendary, local philanthropist Mrs. Russell Sage. Triple the Building Footprint- (pre-existing non-conforming. GFA 4435). Double the lot coverage area -(existing 13.85% - expand lot coverage up to 25%) The Second largest building lot currently on the market in the village at 0.75 of an acre. Prime Uses- Private Grand Resort residence, Multiple dwellings, B & B.