This five-bedroom house in Southampton features maple floors on the second floor that were reclaimed from a Singer sewing machine factory in Indiana. It is on the market for just under $1.9 million.
There had been hundreds of sewing needles embedded in the wood before it was re-milled and installed in the home, says listing agent Karen Richter Rett of Douglas Elliman Real Estate.
The marble and wood floors throughout the house, which also include reclaimed chestnut wood on the first floor, are radiant heated. The home, which has views of Peconic Bay, also has a mahogany-paneled library with French doors, custom cabinetry in the kitchen and a coffered ceiling and stone fireplace in the living room. Outside is an inground pool.