The Zachariah Hawkins House, a certified historical home in the Village of Port Jefferson, is on the market.
This quaint, cozy abode was built in 1824 in an antique architectural style specific to the era. Its exterior exudes an old-world charm, which continues into the nicely restored interior as well.
The four-bedroom home offers about 2,600 square feet of space and spans a quarter of an acre of land on a corner lot. The house also has two full bathrooms, one half bathroom, and a legal accessory studio apartment, plus a detached one-car garage.
The home’s light-filled first floor boasts a foyer area, living room, classic office space, laundry room, dining room, and an eat-in kitchen as well as the half bathroom. There are hardwood floors throughout, except in the tile-floored kitchen, where the wooded cabinetry gives a cabin-like feel.
The second floor houses the main bedroom with ensuite bathroom, three additional bedrooms, and one separate full bathroom. This home also has an unfinished crawl space attic and an unfinished basement.
Located at 204 Chestnut St., the property is close to Port Jefferson’s Main Street and Mathers Hospital. It is located within the Port Jefferson School District.
The asking price is $850,000, not including the annual property tax of $9,512.
The real estate agent listed for the property is Kristin Bodkin, of Coach Real Estate Associates, who can be reached at 631-751-0303.