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The side exterior of Mill Pond House in Oyster Bay is shown on May 4, 2012. The Town of Oyster Bay bought Mill Pond House, the oldest home in Oyster Bay hamlet, from developer Charles Wang for $1.9 million. After the town hired a consultant to look at uses and restoration costs for the landmark 17th-century home, it learned it would cost an estimated $5 million to do a historically accurate restoration and $1.5 million just to stabilize it.(Credit: Newsday / Danielle Finkelstein)

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Mill Pond House in Oyster Bay

The Town of Oyster Bay bought Mill Pond House, the oldest home in Oyster Bay hamlet, from developer Charles Wang for $1.9 million.

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