Huntington’s Silas Sammis House, a historic three-bedroom, 2 ½-bath home with portions dating back to 1730, is listed for $879,000.
Set on 1.35 acres, the home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is one of eight Town of Huntington sites to be included in the National Park Service’s Historic American Buildings Survey, according to a July 2007 Huntington Town Department of Planning and Environment memo.
A red brick walk leads up to the residence, which includes wide-plank hardwood floors throughout and a living room with beamed ceilings and a fireplace. A similarly beamed dining room includes a wide brick fireplace surrounded by a rustic mantle. The home’s three bedrooms – including an en suite master bedroom – are on the second floor.
A red barn along the southern property line has been converted into a detached four-car garage, according to a listing. The home has gas heat and a partial basement.
Drawings and photographs from that Park Service survey, conducted in 1936, are filed in the Library of Congress, the Huntington Town memo notes.
Oksana Foster of Signature Premier Properties is the listing agent.