A circa-1830 three-bedroom, one-bath residence, which historians say is one of the earliest surviving buildings on Northport Village’s Main Street, is on the market for $850,000.
Steps up a gentle hill through manicured foliage lead to a covered front porch. The first floor includes a living room, sitting area, dining room and updated eat-in kitchen. Bedrooms and an updated full bath are upstairs. The master bedroom has a half-circle window facing the backyard.
The 0.39-acre parcel includes plantings of pink roses and a “magnificent” dogwood tree, says listing agent Mary Anne Standley of Coach Realtors. A grassy, tree-lined backyard includes a brick patio.
The home has a full, unfinished basement, gas heat and a detached two-car garage with a storage loft.