On secluded Meadowlark Lane in the heart of Sag Harbor Village, this exceedingly stylish 6-bedroom traditional, poised for completion in early summer, is designed by award-winning architect Kathryn Fee and thoughtfully constructed by boutique builder Vital Habitats. Perched on a landscaped 0.39 acres framed by maple trees, boxwoods and arborvitae, the home is clad in a pleasing combination of crisp white, horizontal siding and cedar shingle with a handsome navy trim that pays homage to Sag Harbor’s maritime roots. Enviable outdoor spaces include two expansive decks, one with a built-in bench and fire pit, and the other with room for al fresco dining and a sitting area overlooking the south-facing heated, gunite pool. The home opens on a full height oak-paneled foyer with a sleek, glass staircase and a pair of light fixtures by Moooi, awash with light from French doors leading to the sunset deck. The central space is an open floor plan kitchen, dining, and living area with fireplace, crowned with beautiful oak beams and paneling and profiting from a wall of glass, sliding French doors that open to the al fresco dining deck overlooking the pool. The dreamy kitchen features white Idris handmade tile from Morocco, oak cabinetry, a polished, white quartzite island, and pure, white Cesarstone counters, offset by a subtle plaster finish. A first floor bedroom suite, powder bath, and sizable pantry complete the main level. The attached garage is a rare amenity in the village. Upstairs, the airy landing lit by a set of windows leads to four generous en suite bedrooms with cathedral ceilings, highlighted by the master with a fireplace, shiplap paneling, and luxurious bath. The finished lower level has a guest bedroom, full bath, and recreation area with room for a gym and media space. When the charms of Sag Harbor Village beckon and a run of the mill spec house won’t do, consider this a unique, turnkey opportunity.