This Setauket home was built in 1893 and designed by Lamb & Rich, the same architectural firm that designed Sagamore Hill, President Theodore Roosevelt’s home in Cove Neck. It is on the market for $4.995 million.

Rose Ceparano, an Italian immigrant who owned and operated the original Schooner restaurant in Port Jefferson, purchased the seven-bedroom home in 1941. It has since remained in the same family for three generations and is being sold by Ceparano’s three granddaughters.

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According to the Ceparano family, the home had originally been built for attorney Charles Benner, cousin of well-known banker Henry Tinker, on a large tract of land known as Tinker’s Point.

The home is set on more than seven acres on Port Jefferson Harbor with 200 feet of beach and a deepwater dock.

It is listed with Kristin Bodkin of Coach Realtors.