Original walls, floors, windows, fireplace and moldings are some of the features of this Islip house that dates back to the 1800s and is on the market for $769,000.

"It still has the metal part that swings out of the fireplace so you can hang your pot to cook," says listing agent Jeffrey Rettaliata of Ramsay Realtors, about the pot hook.

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The living room and dining room are original, but the rest of the four-bedroom house was added. There are three bathrooms and a half-bath.

"It's married so well. He [the owner] used the same antique brick on the back, full central air and a beautiful 300-foot-long paver driveway," Rettaliata says.

In many of the expanded areas, the owners also used the same wide planks as the original flooring.

Outside on the 1.1-acre property, there's a pool and pool deck.