Sag Harbor is a community between worlds, existing simultaneously under the dominions of Southampton and East Hampton. However, Sag Harbor is not the sum of its towns, nor is there a distinct split over the Division Street dividing line. Instead, Sag Harbor is something all its own. A perfect place for the creative class centuries before the term existed, Sag Harbor has enjoyed a bustling commercial and artistic atmosphere since its founding. Stepping foot in the village, there is instant visual appeal. Greek Revival and Victorian-style homes, former sea captain houses and whaling cottages, a stuck-in-time, historic downtown: it all amounts to a place with the charms of coastal New England and a welcoming, year-round lifestyle. Take that, combine it with an irregular coastline that allows many properties to boast waterside views, and you’ve got yourself one of the most desirable addresses in the Hamptons.