East Hampton Village
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Brown Harris Stevens
Three-story Gambrel is situated on 3.3 acres in one of the East Hampton Village historic districts. Built in 1898, this is a stunning example of turn of the century shingled architecture designed by Cyrus L.W. Eidlitz for his sister Harriet and her husband, Schuyler Quackenbush. In the same family since 1915, the house is completely original and features many important architectural details such as a deep porch, six brick fireplaces, window seats, balustrade staircase, wood paneling and 20/1 period windows. The rooms have generous proportions including grand entrance foyer with fireplace, enormous living room with fireplace and window seat, and full dining room with fireplace. A total of ten bedrooms, six and one-half baths plus attic and partial brick basement. Located on fabled Lee Avenue less than one half-mile to Main Beach, this is a unique opportunity for those demanding uncompromised provenance and character. Large sweeping lawn with mature trees for a timeless setting. Separate two-car garage building.