Inside a Reinvented 1965 Sag Harbor Home


For 12 years, Susan Penzner lived in a classic Greek Revival house on Sag Harbor’s Madison Street, followed by a series of charming rentals, all decorated with antique linens and red-and-white transferware that she found in Moroccan souks and Paris flea markets. Until three years ago, she also sold vintage clothing out of her Sag Harbor shop, Havens House, which was big on Victorian whites.

Today things are a bit different. Penzner, an HC&G contributing editor, now lives in a rehabbed 1965 ranch hidden behind a high privet hedge on a choice waterfront street—though she still has a penchant for linens and transferware.

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