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Every house has a story, and this home reveals its rich history at every turn. The setting is quite private, sited on a 2 plus acre deep flag lot, down a long drive, off a signature Springs street. Once the residence of Pamela Brown and Rodney Anderson as they prepared for their balloon trip across the Atlantic in 1970, the original cottage was just 30’ X 30’. Over the years it grew into a 2,700 square foot one level home, featuring a 900 square foot great room with a Cyprus wood wall that was salvaged from a 19th century footbridge across Mill Pond in Bridgehampton and a stone fireplace . The flooring is 200 year old wide plank hardwood, salvaged from a barn. Other unique features include: oversized 18th century front door taken from a boat builder’s shop in Greenport, NY, entry columns dating to 1850s Pennsylvania, decorative streetlamps that once illuminated paths in Central Park, and vintage cast iron radiators (one an art nouveau gem). A detached garage/art studio is also part of this special property. Central air and room for pool.