1738 Updated Saltbox Colonial
1738 updated Saltbox colonial in excellent school district.
Classic home with excellent curb appeal
Built in 1738 by one of Port Washington’s first prominent families, this classic home features wide plank floors, exposed beamed ceilings, over-sized rooms and built-ins throughout. Brand new heating system and updated kitchen. Basement is half finished with a converted garage which features an office / recording studio which is fully sound proofed.
Walking distance to train (Port Washington train line) and town.
Part of this home’s rich history includes it serving as a tavern during the revolutionary war, which was patronized by Washington’s troops. It was the first speak easy on long island, and, for a time, served as the town’s post office.
This huge living room has beautiful original wide plank floors, exposed beams, an updated wood burning fireplace and built in book shelves. Our baby grand piano easily fits into this room leaving plenty of room for sofas, coffee table etc…
Over-sized dining room with beamed ceilings and wide plank floors. Great for entertaining. Dining room is right off of kitchen.
Updated eat-in kitchen. Granite counter tops, garbage dispoal and dishwasher. New stove, new fridge. Looks out onto beautiful private back yard.
Master bedroom features beautiful sky-light, walk-in closet and built-ins. No furniture necessary. Easily fits a King size bed. Laundry room with additional huge closet.
|Heated Sq. Ft.
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