Long Island’s “Jackson House”

$ 799,000
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Contact namePaulie Briggs
Contact phone516-320-6875
Year built1644
TypeResidential
StatusMove-in Ready
Home area3,500 sqft
Lot Area0.5 acres
Rooms13
Beds5
Baths3
Half Baths1

Description

Home of Robert Jackson, one of the original founders of the Town of Hempstead, and signatory to the “Dukes Laws” of 1665. Unique National Register listed 3500 sq. ft. home representing three centuries of history. Hand hewn beams, “witches curve” chimney, fireplace crane and beehive oven preserve the charm of 1644.
The second generation grand center hall, with wide mahogany staircase, 19 x 30 great room, wide pine floors and fireplace accentuate the 1760 Federal style. Upper floor oversized master bedroom, fireplace, walk in closet and extra large full bath. Adjoined home in 1858, with formal dining room and porch, country eat-in kitchen, first floor 1/2 bath, 3 additional second floor bedrooms and 3rd full bath.
Updated gas cooking, heating and laundry, attached garage, well sprinkler system, city water and sewer, and low taxes!, in a lovely family community, centrally located to LIRR, shopping, Jones Beach and a Blue Ribbon school district round out this rare piece of history in the suburbs. Country serenity on 1/2 acre property, yet Manhattan is only a 45-minute commute. Great for large or extended family, create your dream B&B or live in professional office.

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