Panel Still Resists Height Of House Planned On Hillside In Sag Harbor Village - 27 East

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Panel Still Resists Height Of House Planned On Hillside In Sag Harbor Village

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A digital rendering of the proposed Peyton house and its planned landscaping on the hillside at 26 Jermain Avenue, overlooking the intersection of Jermain and Archibald Way in Sag Harbor. Architect Siyu Liu showed it at the May 26 meeting of the Historic Preservation and Architectural Review Board in an effort to counter the board’s concern that the house will be too imposing.

A digital rendering of the proposed Peyton house and its planned landscaping on the hillside at 26 Jermain Avenue, overlooking the intersection of Jermain and Archibald Way in Sag Harbor. Architect Siyu Liu showed it at the May 26 meeting of the Historic Preservation and Architectural Review Board in an effort to counter the board’s concern that the house will be too imposing.

Peter Boody on Jun 20, 2022
A standoff between a Sag Harbor review board and a property owner who wants to build a 29.5-foot-high house atop a rise of land overlooking Jermain Avenue, next to Mashashimuet... more

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