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Daniel Osborne House with historical roots listed at $3.99M

This East Hampton Village home, dubbed the Daniel

This East Hampton Village home, dubbed the Daniel Osborne House, has roots going back to one of the areas founding families. It is on the market for $3.995 million. Credit: Halstead Property

This East Hampton Village home listed for $3.995 million, dubbed the Daniel Osborne House, has roots going back to one of the area’s founding families.

Osborne, a weaver by trade and father of eight children, was born on the site in 1774 according to “Up and Down Main Street” and “East Hampton History” by the late Jeannette Edwards Rattray, says Gina Piastuck, department head of the East Hampton Library’s Long Island Collection. Rattray was Osborne’s great granddaughter. The Osborne clan owned the property from the 17th- to the 19th century.

Its present incarnation, a three-story traditional style house, was built circa 1800. There are six bedrooms, four full bathrooms and one half-bathroom. A curved, two-story extension of bay windows contains a master bedroom on the second level and a formal dining room on the first level.

Other features include five fireplaces, an eat-in kitchen, a heated inground pool, a brick patio and a detached three-car garage.

The property is listed with the Baris Team at Halstead Property.

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