Nature and historic touches are plentiful near this turn-of-the-20th-century Colonial in East Norwich, on the market for $539,000.
The three-bedroom, 1 1⁄2-bath residence is within walking distance of both the Muttontown Preserve and Chelsea Mansion. A vintage cabin on the property dates back to the latter stages of the 19th century and was converted into a studio after being moved from its original location along Old Northern Boulevard, says listing agent Jacqueline Sullivan of Douglas Elliman Real Estate. She is co-listing with Constance Ashton.
Sullivan’s favorite rooms include the basement — “it’s so old that you can see the original rock formation,” she explains — and the “huge,” sunlit kitchen.
“I happen to love the kitchen because it overlooks the back and the cabin — it’s very charming,” she said.
Original hardwood plank floors can be found throughout the house.
The property includes in-ground sprinklers and a detached 1 1⁄2-car garage.