This circa-1900 home is linked to a family whose ancestors were among Southampton’s original settlers, its listing agent says. It is listed for $2,999,999.

The six-bedroom, seven-bath home on a 161-by 291-foot parcel has been updated by owners Christopher and Kimberly Allen, but retains historic charm, starting with the unusual brick floor spanning the main entrance, living room and dining room.

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“Almost the whole first floor is brick,” says listing agent Diane Weidler of Leesa Byrnes Realty. A descendant of John Jagger, one of Southampton’s earliest settlers, built the home, she adds.

Wide-plank wood floors, exposed, hand-hewn ceiling beams, original built-ins and crown moldings are paired with 21st century systems throughout. The home has 400-amp electrical, updated plumbing, double-pane windows and multiple Energy Star appliances. There is also eight-zone central air, seven-zone heat and four hot-water heaters.

Additions to the 5,000-square-foot home include a solarium and a first-floor master bedroom with a walk-in closet, a full bathroom en suite, high tray ceilings and a private deck. Elsewhere on the first floor, there is a den, a living room, a formal dining room, a full bathroom and an eat-in kitchen.

The second floor features five bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, and the attic has two skylights, an office and a craft room.

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In addition to the private deck, there is a slate patio in the backyard with a seven-zone in-ground sprinkler system, 150-year-old trees and a 20-by-40-foot in-ground saltwater pool. The space is accessible from a main rear door as well as the solarium.

Currently listed as a residential property, the home can also be purchased as a bed-and-breakfast and is currently operating as Butler’s Manor, says Weidler.