A house believed by the owner to be the oldest in Lloyd Harbor, dating back to 1670, is on the market for $1.395 million.
The four-bedroom, 4.5-bath farmhouse offers three floors of living space. There are restored wood floors, an updated kitchen, a study with built-in book cases, a slate patio and a covered porch.
The property, which includes a detached garage/barn, is on 3.3 acres.
It had been an estate's cottage known as “Lilac Lodge,” says owner Catherine Cronin, a real estate agent. It was owned at different times by Hiram Paulding, a naval officer in the War of 1812, whose daughter Virginia lived in the cottage, and Albert Milbank , a founding partner of the Milbank, Tweed international law firm.
Cronin, of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty, is listing the house with Deborah Hauser.