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This late Victorian home at 199 Prospect Ave.
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This late Victorian home at 199 Prospect Ave. in Sea Cliff was built in 1890 for Anne and Eugene Rock. It later became a boarding house and is now on the National Register of Historic Places. (July 19, 2012)(Credit: Brittany Wait)

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The Village of Sea Cliff, which originated as a Methodist meeting ground, was incorporated in 1883 operating predominantly as a summer resort town. Although much of the one-square-mile village still has the 1920s resort look, it is now occupied with more than 5,000 people year round. Sea Cliff boasts more than 30 landmarks and constantly marvelous view of Long Island's northern waters.