A circa-1863 Bellport Village residence once owned by the son of Bellport homebuilder and ball-bearing inventor Oliver Hazard Perry Robinson is now on the market for $1.395 million.

The three-bedroom, 2 1⁄2-bath home has a “historic cottage feeling” throughout, starting with an intricately detailed front porch, says listing agent Adam Banks of Rice Realty Group.

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“When you get an American flag and some red geraniums and a rocking chair, it feels great,” he says of the home, which is part of the Browns Lane Historic District.

Inside, a kitchen with an island is the “focal point of the house” and the product of a recent extension, Banks says. A window-lined en suite master bedroom was added above.

The formal living room contains a staircase with original floorboards and carved banisters. A bay window brings light into the dining room, Banks says. There are hardwood floors and central air conditioning.

A renovated two-story cottage has two bedrooms and a full bath, original staircases and floorboards, an eat-in kitchen and a screened-in porch.

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Mature trees are found throughout the half-acre parcel, where there is a new 16- by 36-foot heated in-ground pool, a detached two-car garage and in-ground sprinklers. Deeded dock rights at the village marina and Fire Island’s Ho-Hum Beach are included with ownership, Banks says.