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Orient 22045 Main Rd. $839,000 Offering views of (Credit: Photo by )

Orient
22045 Main Rd.

$839,000
Offering views of the Peconic Bay and the Long Island Sound, this Federal-style home was built in 1858 for a sea captain, according to the listing agent. The house, which is in great shape, she says, has original glass windows, wide-plank pine floors, front and rear staircases and two working fireplaces - one in the living room, the other in the dining room. There are three bedrooms, one full bath and two half-baths. The house also has a front porch as well as side and rear screened patios. The electric is updated, and the appliances are new. The .38-acre property contains a barn and an outhouse, which the agent says is probably not in working condition.

The taxes are $3,586.

Erica McKenzie, Andrew Stype Realty, Mattituck, 631-298-8760

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Orient 22045 Main Rd. $839,000 Offering views of
(Credit: Photo by )

Orient
22045 Main Rd.

$839,000
Offering views of the Peconic Bay and the Long Island Sound, this Federal-style home was built in 1858 for a sea captain, according to the listing agent. The house, which is in great shape, she says, has original glass windows, wide-plank pine floors, front and rear staircases and two working fireplaces - one in the living room, the other in the dining room. There are three bedrooms, one full bath and two half-baths. The house also has a front porch as well as side and rear screened patios. The electric is updated, and the appliances are new. The .38-acre property contains a barn and an outhouse, which the agent says is probably not in working condition.

The taxes are $3,586.

Erica McKenzie, Andrew Stype Realty, Mattituck, 631-298-8760

Orient 22045 Main Rd. $839,000 Offering views of
(Credit: Photo by )

Orient
22045 Main Rd.

$839,000
Offering views of the Peconic Bay and the Long Island Sound, this Federal-style home was built in 1858 for a sea captain, according to the listing agent. The house, which is in great shape, she says, has original glass windows, wide-plank pine floors, front and rear staircases and two working fireplaces - one in the living room, the other in the dining room. There are three bedrooms, one full bath and two half-baths. The house also has a front porch as well as side and rear screened patios. The electric is updated, and the appliances are new. The .38-acre property contains a barn and an outhouse, which the agent says is probably not in working condition.

The taxes are $3,586.

Erica McKenzie, Andrew Stype Realty, Mattituck, 631-298-8760

Orient 22045 Main Rd. $839,000 Offering views of
(Credit: Photo by )

Orient
22045 Main Rd.

$839,000
Offering views of the Peconic Bay and the Long Island Sound, this Federal-style home was built in 1858 for a sea captain, according to the listing agent. The house, which is in great shape, she says, has original glass windows, wide-plank pine floors, front and rear staircases and two working fireplaces - one in the living room, the other in the dining room. There are three bedrooms, one full bath and two half-baths. The house also has a front porch as well as side and rear screened patios. The electric is updated, and the appliances are new. The .38-acre property contains a barn and an outhouse, which the agent says is probably not in working condition.

The taxes are $3,586.

Erica McKenzie, Andrew Stype Realty, Mattituck, 631-298-8760

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Orient 22045 Main Rd. $839,000 Offering views of
(Credit: Photo by )

Orient
22045 Main Rd.

$839,000
Offering views of the Peconic Bay and the Long Island Sound, this Federal-style home was built in 1858 for a sea captain, according to the listing agent. The house, which is in great shape, she says, has original glass windows, wide-plank pine floors, front and rear staircases and two working fireplaces - one in the living room, the other in the dining room. There are three bedrooms, one full bath and two half-baths. The house also has a front porch as well as side and rear screened patios. The electric is updated, and the appliances are new. The .38-acre property contains a barn and an outhouse, which the agent says is probably not in working condition.

The taxes are $3,586.

Erica McKenzie, Andrew Stype Realty, Mattituck, 631-298-8760

Locust Valley 175 Buckram Rd. $599,000 Named Thurston
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Locust Valley

175 Buckram Rd.
$599,000

Named Thurston Homestead, this Colonial - built around 1878 - was a wedding gift for William Thurston and his bride, Mary Ann Weeks, according to local records. The eight-room house was later owned by George Thomas, for whom a nearby park is named. Thomas, who worked at the Long Island Rail Road tower (now the police booth in Locust Valley), also served on the Republican committee in Oyster Bay. Set on a 118-by-235-foot parcel with specimen hydrangeas, the house offers many original features, including wide plank floors in several rooms. The living room has a wood-burning fireplace with a mantel, while the formal dining room features a window seat. The paneled den has a built-in corner cabinet. The eat-in kitchen accesses a mudroom and a small patio. There are three bedrooms with solid oak raised-panel doors as well as 1 1/2 bathrooms. The property also contains a large hayloft barn built around 1880.

Taxes are $7,084.

Patricia Farnell, Prudential Douglas Elliman Real Estate, Locust Valley, 516-521-6962

Locust Valley 175 Buckram Rd. $599,000 Named Thurston
(Credit: Photo by )

Locust Valley

175 Buckram Rd.
$599,000

Named Thurston Homestead, this Colonial - built around 1878 - was a wedding gift for William Thurston and his bride, Mary Ann Weeks, according to local records. The eight-room house was later owned by George Thomas, for whom a nearby park is named. Thomas, who worked at the Long Island Rail Road tower (now the police booth in Locust Valley), also served on the Republican committee in Oyster Bay. Set on a 118-by-235-foot parcel with specimen hydrangeas, the house offers many original features, including wide plank floors in several rooms. The living room has a wood-burning fireplace with a mantel, while the formal dining room features a window seat. The paneled den has a built-in corner cabinet. The eat-in kitchen accesses a mudroom and a small patio. There are three bedrooms with solid oak raised-panel doors as well as 1 1/2 bathrooms. The property also contains a large hayloft barn built around 1880.

Taxes are $7,084.

Patricia Farnell, Prudential Douglas Elliman Real Estate, Locust Valley, 516-521-6962

Locust Valley 175 Buckram Rd. $599,000 Named Thurston
(Credit: Photo by )

Locust Valley

175 Buckram Rd.
$599,000

Named Thurston Homestead, this Colonial - built around 1878 - was a wedding gift for William Thurston and his bride, Mary Ann Weeks, according to local records. The eight-room house was later owned by George Thomas, for whom a nearby park is named. Thomas, who worked at the Long Island Rail Road tower (now the police booth in Locust Valley), also served on the Republican committee in Oyster Bay. Set on a 118-by-235-foot parcel with specimen hydrangeas, the house offers many original features, including wide plank floors in several rooms. The living room has a wood-burning fireplace with a mantel, while the formal dining room features a window seat. The paneled den has a built-in corner cabinet. The eat-in kitchen accesses a mudroom and a small patio. There are three bedrooms with solid oak raised-panel doors as well as 1 1/2 bathrooms. The property also contains a large hayloft barn built around 1880.

Taxes are $7,084.

Patricia Farnell, Prudential Douglas Elliman Real Estate, Locust Valley, 516-521-6962

Locust Valley 175 Buckram Rd. $599,000 Named Thurston
(Credit: Photo by )

Locust Valley

175 Buckram Rd.
$599,000

Named Thurston Homestead, this Colonial - built around 1878 - was a wedding gift for William Thurston and his bride, Mary Ann Weeks, according to local records. The eight-room house was later owned by George Thomas, for whom a nearby park is named. Thomas, who worked at the Long Island Rail Road tower (now the police booth in Locust Valley), also served on the Republican committee in Oyster Bay. Set on a 118-by-235-foot parcel with specimen hydrangeas, the house offers many original features, including wide plank floors in several rooms. The living room has a wood-burning fireplace with a mantel, while the formal dining room features a window seat. The paneled den has a built-in corner cabinet. The eat-in kitchen accesses a mudroom and a small patio. There are three bedrooms with solid oak raised-panel doors as well as 1 1/2 bathrooms. The property also contains a large hayloft barn built around 1880.

Taxes are $7,084.

Patricia Farnell, Prudential Douglas Elliman Real Estate, Locust Valley, 516-521-6962

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Locust Valley 175 Buckram Rd. $599,000 Named Thurston
(Credit: Photo by )

Locust Valley

175 Buckram Rd.
$599,000

Named Thurston Homestead, this Colonial - built around 1878 - was a wedding gift for William Thurston and his bride, Mary Ann Weeks, according to local records. The eight-room house was later owned by George Thomas, for whom a nearby park is named. Thomas, who worked at the Long Island Rail Road tower (now the police booth in Locust Valley), also served on the Republican committee in Oyster Bay. Set on a 118-by-235-foot parcel with specimen hydrangeas, the house offers many original features, including wide plank floors in several rooms. The living room has a wood-burning fireplace with a mantel, while the formal dining room features a window seat. The paneled den has a built-in corner cabinet. The eat-in kitchen accesses a mudroom and a small patio. There are three bedrooms with solid oak raised-panel doors as well as 1 1/2 bathrooms. The property also contains a large hayloft barn built around 1880.

Taxes are $7,084.

Patricia Farnell, Prudential Douglas Elliman Real Estate, Locust Valley, 516-521-6962

Locust Valley 175 Buckram Rd. $599,000 Named Thurston
(Credit: Photo by Prudential Douglas Elliman Real Estate)

Locust Valley

175 Buckram Rd.
$599,000

Named Thurston Homestead, this Colonial - built around 1878 - was a wedding gift for William Thurston and his bride, Mary Ann Weeks, according to local records. The eight-room house was later owned by George Thomas, for whom a nearby park is named. Thomas, who worked at the Long Island Rail Road tower (now the police booth in Locust Valley), also served on the Republican committee in Oyster Bay. Set on a 118-by-235-foot parcel with specimen hydrangeas, the house offers many original features, including wide plank floors in several rooms. The living room has a wood-burning fireplace with a mantel, while the formal dining room features a window seat. The paneled den has a built-in corner cabinet. The eat-in kitchen accesses a mudroom and a small patio. There are three bedrooms with solid oak raised-panel doors as well as 1 1/2 bathrooms. The property also contains a large hayloft barn built around 1880.

Taxes are $7,084.

Patricia Farnell, Prudential Douglas Elliman Real Estate, Locust Valley, 516-521-6962

Locust Valley 175 Buckram Rd. $599,000 Named Thurston
(Credit: Photo by Prudential Douglas Elliman Real Estate)

Locust Valley

175 Buckram Rd.
$599,000

Named Thurston Homestead, this Colonial - built around 1878 - was a wedding gift for William Thurston and his bride, Mary Ann Weeks, according to local records. The eight-room house was later owned by George Thomas, for whom a nearby park is named. Thomas, who worked at the Long Island Rail Road tower (now the police booth in Locust Valley), also served on the Republican committee in Oyster Bay. Set on a 118-by-235-foot parcel with specimen hydrangeas, the house offers many original features, including wide plank floors in several rooms. The living room has a wood-burning fireplace with a mantel, while the formal dining room features a window seat. The paneled den has a built-in corner cabinet. The eat-in kitchen accesses a mudroom and a small patio. There are three bedrooms with solid oak raised-panel doors as well as 1 1/2 bathrooms. The property also contains a large hayloft barn built around 1880.

Taxes are $7,084.

Patricia Farnell, Prudential Douglas Elliman Real Estate, Locust Valley, 516-521-6962

Locust Valley 175 Buckram Rd. $599,000 Named Thurston
(Credit: Photo by Prudential Douglas Elliman Real Estate)

Locust Valley

175 Buckram Rd.
$599,000

Named Thurston Homestead, this Colonial - built around 1878 - was a wedding gift for William Thurston and his bride, Mary Ann Weeks, according to local records. The eight-room house was later owned by George Thomas, for whom a nearby park is named. Thomas, who worked at the Long Island Rail Road tower (now the police booth in Locust Valley), also served on the Republican committee in Oyster Bay. Set on a 118-by-235-foot parcel with specimen hydrangeas, the house offers many original features, including wide plank floors in several rooms. The living room has a wood-burning fireplace with a mantel, while the formal dining room features a window seat. The paneled den has a built-in corner cabinet. The eat-in kitchen accesses a mudroom and a small patio. There are three bedrooms with solid oak raised-panel doors as well as 1 1/2 bathrooms. The property also contains a large hayloft barn built around 1880.

Taxes are $7,084.

Patricia Farnell, Prudential Douglas Elliman Real Estate, Locust Valley, 516-521-6962

Locust Valley 175 Buckram Rd. $599,000 Named Thurston
(Credit: Photo by Prudential Douglas Elliman Real Estate)

Locust Valley

175 Buckram Rd.
$599,000

Named Thurston Homestead, this Colonial - built around 1878 - was a wedding gift for William Thurston and his bride, Mary Ann Weeks, according to local records. The eight-room house was later owned by George Thomas, for whom a nearby park is named. Thomas, who worked at the Long Island Rail Road tower (now the police booth in Locust Valley), also served on the Republican committee in Oyster Bay. Set on a 118-by-235-foot parcel with specimen hydrangeas, the house offers many original features, including wide plank floors in several rooms. The living room has a wood-burning fireplace with a mantel, while the formal dining room features a window seat. The paneled den has a built-in corner cabinet. The eat-in kitchen accesses a mudroom and a small patio. There are three bedrooms with solid oak raised-panel doors as well as 1 1/2 bathrooms. The property also contains a large hayloft barn built around 1880.

Taxes are $7,084.

Patricia Farnell, Prudential Douglas Elliman Real Estate, Locust Valley, 516-521-6962

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St. James 41 Hillside Ave. $625,000 According to
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St. James

41 Hillside Ave.
$625,000

According to local history, this three-story Victorian was the first house on the street, says the listing agent. It's also said that the house was constructed in 1909 or earlier by a Brooklyn builder for his bride. "That explains the little white bells built into the second balcony," the agent adds. Completely renovated in the early 1980s, the eight-room house retains its original flair, with first- and second-floor wraparound porches with detailed arches and columns. Interior features include wood floors, some moldings, arched entranceways and a spiral staircase. The kitchen is outfitted with granite countertops and stainless-steel appliances. There are four bedrooms and 2 1/2 bathrooms. Amenities include a full basement, central air-conditioning and in-ground sprinklers. The half-acre parcel is flat.

Taxes are $11,551.

Lorraine Marotta, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, East Setauket, 516-885-5174

St. James 41 Hillside Ave. $625,000 According to
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St. James

41 Hillside Ave.
$625,000

According to local history, this three-story Victorian was the first house on the street, says the listing agent. It's also said that the house was constructed in 1909 or earlier by a Brooklyn builder for his bride. "That explains the little white bells built into the second balcony," the agent adds. Completely renovated in the early 1980s, the eight-room house retains its original flair, with first- and second-floor wraparound porches with detailed arches and columns. Interior features include wood floors, some moldings, arched entranceways and a spiral staircase. The kitchen is outfitted with granite countertops and stainless-steel appliances. There are four bedrooms and 2 1/2 bathrooms. Amenities include a full basement, central air-conditioning and in-ground sprinklers. The half-acre parcel is flat.

Taxes are $11,551.

Lorraine Marotta, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, East Setauket, 516-885-5174

St. James 41 Hillside Ave. $625,000 According to
(Credit: Photo by )

St. James

41 Hillside Ave.
$625,000

According to local history, this three-story Victorian was the first house on the street, says the listing agent. It's also said that the house was constructed in 1909 or earlier by a Brooklyn builder for his bride. "That explains the little white bells built into the second balcony," the agent adds. Completely renovated in the early 1980s, the eight-room house retains its original flair, with first- and second-floor wraparound porches with detailed arches and columns. Interior features include wood floors, some moldings, arched entranceways and a spiral staircase. The kitchen is outfitted with granite countertops and stainless-steel appliances. There are four bedrooms and 2 1/2 bathrooms. Amenities include a full basement, central air-conditioning and in-ground sprinklers. The half-acre parcel is flat.

Taxes are $11,551.

Lorraine Marotta, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, East Setauket, 516-885-5174

St. James 41 Hillside Ave. $625,000 According to
(Credit: Photo by )

St. James

41 Hillside Ave.
$625,000

According to local history, this three-story Victorian was the first house on the street, says the listing agent. It's also said that the house was constructed in 1909 or earlier by a Brooklyn builder for his bride. "That explains the little white bells built into the second balcony," the agent adds. Completely renovated in the early 1980s, the eight-room house retains its original flair, with first- and second-floor wraparound porches with detailed arches and columns. Interior features include wood floors, some moldings, arched entranceways and a spiral staircase. The kitchen is outfitted with granite countertops and stainless-steel appliances. There are four bedrooms and 2 1/2 bathrooms. Amenities include a full basement, central air-conditioning and in-ground sprinklers. The half-acre parcel is flat.

Taxes are $11,551.

Lorraine Marotta, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, East Setauket, 516-885-5174

St. James 41 Hillside Ave. $625,000 According to
(Credit: Photo by )

St. James

41 Hillside Ave.
$625,000

According to local history, this three-story Victorian was the first house on the street, says the listing agent. It's also said that the house was constructed in 1909 or earlier by a Brooklyn builder for his bride. "That explains the little white bells built into the second balcony," the agent adds. Completely renovated in the early 1980s, the eight-room house retains its original flair, with first- and second-floor wraparound porches with detailed arches and columns. Interior features include wood floors, some moldings, arched entranceways and a spiral staircase. The kitchen is outfitted with granite countertops and stainless-steel appliances. There are four bedrooms and 2 1/2 bathrooms. Amenities include a full basement, central air-conditioning and in-ground sprinklers. The half-acre parcel is flat.

Taxes are $11,551.

Lorraine Marotta, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, East Setauket, 516-885-5174

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