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This quintessential Southold farmhouse is a snapshot of a simpler way of life on the North Fork. Dating back to 1889, the six-bedroom, three-bathroom home is so rich in original architectural details one look at it tells a whole story.
“There is so much history,” said listing agent Amy Kirincic of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty. “The craftsmanship is incredible.”
Original doors, hardwood flooring, built-in cabinetry and moldings are just the beginning on its eye-catching features. Set on just shy of one acre, the property is home to a water tower and two outbuildings: a milling workshop and milking shed used by its original owners. Another special feature is a stone-lined mudroom with fireplace that is separated from a stone-lined bathroom by a sliding wood door, also original to the home.
“It is one of my favorite features,” Kirincic said. “It is so unique.”
The 3,300-square-foot estate is just as well suited for modern families. The first floor boasts a large living room, dining room and den in addition to a spacious updated kitchen with stainless steal appliances and a walk-in pantry. An office and screened porch complete the main level.
The master bedroom suite with full bath and five more bedrooms are located upstairs.
“You don’t see a lot of houses like this with six bedrooms,” she said.
Close to the bay, privacy is paramount at this estate. The home is abutted by one preserve and another preserve is located just across the street.
“It is peaceful,” Kirincic said. “I love this home.”
This home is listed for $1,100,000
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