This circa-1935 Riverhead Colonial listed for $359,000 retains many design features dating back to its original owner, a Riverhead Town attorney and judge.

The three-bedroom, two-bath residence built by Isidore and Sophie Scheinberg includes a fireplace with a hand-carved mantel; crown moldings in the living and formal dining rooms; oak and pine floors; leaded glass windows around the front door and the fireplace; and a bathroom with original subway tile.

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The current owners, who purchased the home in 2013, unearthed the wooden floors, says listing agent Sean Nethercott of Brown Harris Stevens.

“The entire home was wall-to-wall carpeting and really only linoleum in the kitchen — all of which was pulled up to reveal pine floors in the kitchen and oak floors through the rest of the house in near brand-new condition,” he says.

A poured-concrete foundation with a stamped pattern and a steel I-beam support the touches of vintage elegance, and are unique underpinnings for the period, the listing agent says.

“It was really built to last,” Nethercott says.

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Modern creature comforts in the 1,943-square-foot home include a new gas burner, central air-conditioning and a wood-burning fireplace insert. Outside, there are decades-old hydrangea trees and rhododendrons. The fenced property includes irrigation, a hot tub and a stone patio.