This historic home is listed for sale in Brightwaters.

A historic, six-bedroom house designed by Williamsburg Bridge architect Henry Hornbostel is listed for sale at 92 S Windsor Ave. in Brightwaters.

Built in 1904, the home exudes plenty of old world charm while also having up-to-date features, including hardwood floors and custom woodwork, as well as cathedral ceilings, an entrance foyer, formal dining room, and powder room.

Its exterior architectural style is antique/hist, and the house was constructed with blown-in insulation and cedar.

The home’s many large windows let in ample natural light throughout the entire house. Sunlight also shines through the solarium, which leads to a two-level deck overlooking the .9-acre property. 

The 3,974-square foot house has three bathrooms and two half bathrooms, two garage spaces, a family room, living room, home office, eat-in kitchen, and home office. Included in the six bedrooms is one master bedroom with a master bathroom.

This listing has a wealth of living space, both inside and out. The entrance foyer, family room/den, outdoor decks, and yard could all host guests aplenty. Plus, the village allows access to nearby beach, dock, and tennis courts, and the bay is a short walk away.

The asking price is $1,199,000, not including the annual property tax of $23,581.

The real estate agent listed for the property is Craig Maerki, of Meg Smith & Associates, who can be reached at 631-647-7013.

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