A Setauket home where Albert Einstein vacationed is on the market for $679,000.

In 1941, Einstein’s sister, Maja Winterler, was staying with her brother in the United States. She made friends with Marjorie Bishop, an artist whose friends owned the home. When Bishop was invited to stay there for a few weeks that summer, Winterler and Einstein joined her.

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The four-bedroom, three-bath house, built in 1931, features two fireplaces, large windows, a den, a formal dining room, built-ins and an eat-in kitchen.

Alexia Poulos and Carol Acker of Douglas Elliman Real Estate have the listing.