Historic Southampton Village farmhouse with ‘miniscular’ property tax rate seeks $1.25M

Sep.September 06, 2019 03:51 PM

The Courtland Smith Farmhouse

Historic Southampton Village farmhouse with ‘miniscular’ property tax rate seeks $1.25M
A historic farmhouse in Southampton Village with a “miniscular” property tax rate is on the market, The Independent reported. The Courtland Smith Farmhouse property, which has three bedrooms and an artist’s studio/office, “dates back to 1825” and is seeking $1.25 million, according to the outlet. A buyer would have “a rare opportunity to have both a lovely traditional home as well as a commercial space or office.” The property tax rate is approximately $2,600 per year. Douglass Elliman’s Lynda Packard has the listing. [Indy East End]

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