New to the market, but not to history, or the Village of Sag Harbor ... the storied and historical Hunt-Johnson home has become available. Built in 1841 by Colonel Henry Wentworth Hunt, who founded the "Sag Harbor Corrector" later known as the "Sag Harbor Express", 207 Madison was the home to three generations of Hunts and Johnson's. Built in the classical revival architecture, a porch consisting of Doric columns supporting a Greek style cornice extends to cover the entire facade of the house. This exceptional home features 9ft. ceilings throughout the living room, dining and front parlor with the original, pristine wide plank pumplkin pine floors throughout the home. The main floor features a large living room with fireplace and dining area that span the width of the home; front parlor with fireplace, built in book shelves and glass french doors leading to the screened-in porch; a dine-in-kitchen; and full bathroom. The second floor hosts three large bedrooms, two with fireplaces, a full bathroom and office. Surprising for a home built in 1841, the home also has a full basement with 7 ft ceilings. Set on the rear of the expansive .37 acre property, nestled among mature trees, lies the glass accessory atrium with sitting room, full bathroom and soaking tub, outdoor shower and mahogany deck overlooking the free form pond. At the end of a long driveway lies the garage with an attached potting shed. And, there is plenty of room for a proper pool. This rare opportunity to own Sag Harbor history is a mere .4 mile to the stores and restaurants of the charming and historical Village. This historical and significant home is ready for it's next owner with vision and heart. Is it your time to own a piece of history?