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$519,000 Huntington home turned up namesake brick

The Quigley family, who owns this Huntington home,

The Quigley family, who owns this Huntington home, coincidentally found on the property a brick stamped "Quigley," for the Queens masonry that made it. Photo Credit: Dan Jennings

A Craftsman-style home in Huntington that dates back to 1913 is on the market for $519,000.

The two-bedroom, 1½-bathroom house features oak wood moldings, a coffered wood ceiling, a Queen Anne staircase and other Arts and Crafts details.

While installing a fence on the property nearly 50 years ago, the Quigleys, the current owners, found a masonry brick stamped “Quigley” for the Queens masonry from which it came, says listing agent Nikki Sturges of Daniel Gale Sotheby's International Realty. Proud of their namesake finding, they prominently displayed the brick on their kitchen baker’s rack, where it has remained ever since.

The quarter-acre lot includes a carport for 2½ cars.

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