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Setauket estate of prominent suffragette listed

August 13, 2018 03:02PM

The onetime waterfront property of Annie Rensselaer Tinker hit the market for $3.25 million. Tinker’s father, Liberty National Bank president Henry Tinker, left it to her when he died in 1914. She was a prominent suffragette and volunteered as a nurse for the British Red Cross during the first world war, according to Newsday. The three-bed, three bath home was built in 1956 on the 1.37-acre property, which features 192 feet of water frontage on Port Jefferson Harbor. Donna Spinoso and Joseph Descovich of Signature Premier Properties are handling the listing. [Newsday]