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Bayport home built by Isaac H. Green listed for $1.6 million

This Bayport home, which was built in 1914

This Bayport home, which was built in 1914 by noted architect Isaac H. Green, is on the market in September 2016 for $1.6 million. Credit: Coach Realtors

A Bayport house on the market for $1.6 million was built in 1914 by well-known local architect Isaac H. Green.

It had become a shell of itself over the years, say homeowners Deborah and Tom Pirro, who began ongoing renovations to restore the home’s original character after they purchased the two-acre property in 1993. That included installing a large porcelain slop sink, French doors and other fixtures from a defunct Sayville church property.

“We put it back in keeping with the timeliness of the era,” says Deborah Pirro.

The estate features a 14-room main house. The 4,810-square-foot building features a kitchen with a six-burner stove, two dishwashers and ceiling-to-floor cupboards. Inside there is a sunroom, wraparound porch, six bedrooms, three full bedrooms and two half-bathrooms.

Just across the yard is a 1,200-square-foot cottage connected to a two-car garage. The space is currently used as an office with a pair of half-bathrooms. There also is a three-stall barn suitable for ponies or horses.

An in-ground pool and stone patio lies behind the main house.

The property is listed with Tracy Boucher of Coach Realtors.

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