This circa-1889 Greenport Victorian listed for $1.25 million has had a complete renovation.

Owner Bob Anderson rebuilt and anchored the front and side porches of the 1,900-square-foot home. He also tore down and replaced a deck, repurposing the wood for furniture and an outdoor shower. About two years ago, the exterior was stripped and sanded by restoration painter Ted Schroder.

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“When they got done, it turned out the wood was still pristine — that blew my mind,” Anderson says.

Inside the three-bedroom, two-bath home, there is a parlor, a living room and a den. The mudroom/laundry area has radiant heat. A wood stove in the kitchen brings radiant heat up to a rear second-floor bedroom, which was refurbished to incorporate exposed beams in the design. It’s one of three bedrooms on the floor, which also has a full bathroom. A full third floor features four skylights.

The 0.57-acre property consists of three Greenport Village lots, says listing agent Jill Dunbar, of Douglas Elliman Real Estate. A 0.2-acre lot, which is closest to the water, can be developed with a structure.

The property is located in the West Dublin section of Greenport, so called because Irish sailors converted their ships’ granite and stone ballasts into home foundations.