Two shop buildings were converted into this pair of Stony Brook homes on the market for $660,000.
The 0.76-acre lot contains a four-bedroom, three-bath house that was originally Jacinsky’s Saloon, according to the Three Village Historical Society; it was the family’s barn until 1903. During Prohibition, it became a game hall in 1919 and closed in the late ’20s.
A three-bedroom, one-bath residence was Capt. Jack Young’s bakery and later Jonas Newton’s photography shop before becoming the Jacinsky family home, historians say.
“It works nicely as a mini-compound,” says listing agent Michael O’Dwyer of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty. He is co-listing with Susan Falvey.
Wide-plank pine floors and a ballast stone foundation are original to the circa-1876 main home. During the 1974 renovation, modeled after an 18th century Williamsburg revival, a second story, rear bumpout and gambrel roof were added. The house has an open kitchen-family room with a fireplace, formal living room and central hallway.
A screened porch overlooks the backyard and a brick patio surrounded by grassy lawns and shrubs. The property also includes an antique barn.
The second home and onetime bakery, which was built in the mid-19th century, features two full floors of living space and a “huge walk-up attic,” O’Dwyer says.