This 1880 Southold Victorian listed for $549,000 can be used in a multitude of ways, including as a retail store or a restaurant, or other ventures, says listing agent Nicholas Planamento of Town &  Country Real Estate.

The house previously served as a thrift store, and before that, an attorney’s office, he adds.

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The three-bedroom, 1 1⁄2-bathroom home was built by descendants of the Terry family, which Planamento describes as one of Southold’s founding families. The landmarked property is situated in the historic district, next to Southold Town Hall.

The main house, which is underdoing interior renovations, offers the option to have a business on the first level and residence on the second, which includes a walk-up attic.

The 0.48-acre property includes a garage that was converted into a building that can be used for a separate office space or storage. There’s also a two-story barn.