Westbury, 236 Lewis Ave., $349,000

Although this seven-room Colonial is about 132 years old, the current owners say they are the third family to live there. Built in 1883, the house is one of the first in Westbury, says the homeowner. Antique features include the original fireplace, three-quarter-inch pine floors, a bay window with a bench seat and a side Dutch door. Cubby spaces are also found throughout.

The couple has taken on several projects, including putting in new drywall and adding high-hat lighting. There are three bedrooms a bathroom and a half-bath. Within walking distance of the downtown area, the house is set on a 38-by-60-foot lot. Taxes, including an additional village tax, are $11,532. Jason Oliver, Fanny Soisson Real Estate, 516-352-8155.

Sea Cliff, 369 Carpenter Ave., $1.175 million

Built in 1890, this grand dame was once home to Edward Dugan of Dugan's Bakery. (Edward's brother, David, the founder of the company, began selling fresh bread and cakes in Brooklyn from a pushcart. The business expanded into home delivery via horse and buggy and later by truck.) Nostalgia doesn't stop there. This 5,306-square-foot Victorian is graced by original details such as spacious entranceways -- square and arched -- accented by decorative moldings. Wood floors, lead windows, pocket doors and five fireplaces lend character as well.

There are 15 rooms, including the dining room with its coffered ceiling and built-in cabinets, fireplace and stained glass windows, is banquet size, while each of the six bedrooms has a bathroom. (There are five full bathrooms and two half-baths in all.) The house is on a 100-by-197-foot lot. Taxes, including a village tax, are $26,702. Sharon Piscopia and Nancy Cuite, Laffey Fine Homes, 516-732-4515.

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Northport, 46 Bayview Ave., $1.295 million

Set in the heart of Northport Village on almost a half acre, this circa 1860 Federal-style clapboard home was built by Joseph Lewis, who was the proprietor of the general store on Main Street. Though updated, the home -- accented by 10-foot ceilings, long windows, custom moldings and trim work -- retains many vintage details. A sweeping staircase, hardwood inlaid floors, two fireplaces, French doors and a third-floor widow's watch offering water views are among the home's features.

The 21st century kitchen has custom cabinets, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. There are three bedrooms and three bathrooms, including the master suite, which has views of the harbor and park.

Outside, the landscape is planted with a mix of perennials, such as phlox, peonies, echinacea, daylilies, irises and roses. In the back are stone walls and a patio, plus stairs that lead to a heated saltwater pool with waterfalls. Crape myrtle as well as other plantings and a water fountain are out front. Taxes, including a village tax, are $17,774. Suzanne and Brian Asher, Signature Premier Properties, 631-875-3826.