They don't build them liked they used to. The New York Post reports on a house that goes back to Pocahontas.
This charming home, at 64 Union St. in Sag Harbor, was built in 1693. It’s one of the oldest dwellings still standing in the Hamptons.
Originally built in Sagaponack, “legend has it” that the home was moved five times before settling at its current address, the listing notes.
The 1,100-square-feet house still has an amazing number of original details. The living room and dining rooms “are the core” of the original home, and details like striking exposed beams and wide-plank wood floors date to the 17th century.
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