Designated a historic landmark by the Southold Historic Preservation Commission in December of 2016, the 2nd Parsonage House is an exceptional and historic home located on the picturesque Southold Town Creek. Built in 1674, this four-bedroom, two-bathroom house has stood the test of time and has maintained its historic integrity for over three centuries.
This home boasts a wealth of original features, including exposed wood beams, wide-plank wood floors and wrought iron door latches. The large foyer has a welcoming, full-sized fireplace that opens to both the spacious living and dining rooms, with bay windows facing the water. The living room also has a large fireplace, perfect for cozy winter nights. The eat-in kitchen is spacious enough to seat a family and has a back door that opens to reveal a serene view of the creek.
There is a sprawling, multi-pane windowed porch in the back of the house overlooking the creek, offering a truly tranquil space to relax and take in the beauty of the water.
On the second floor, there are four bedrooms, including a spacious primary bedroom that can comfortably accommodate a king-sized bed. At the top of the stair landing is a reading nook that can double as an office.
There is an ample sized barn/garage at the front of the property large enough to fit two cars or it could be converted into a studio.
The Boatyard at Founder’s Landing and Founder’s Landing Park and beach are just a few minutes down the road.
The property will be sold in as-is condition with no representations and no inspections.
There is a post-closing possession agreement of 6 months.
Exclusive of Wohlfarth & Associates, Inc.
- Pets: Yes