Rent the oldest home in a Long Island village for $35K

Tri-State /
Jan.January 15, 2020 03:39 PM

A 1688-built home described by its owner as the oldest house in the Long Island village of Greenport has hit the rental market. Owner Susan Pinkwater is renting out the 3,300-square-foot home known as the Youngs-Coyle Farmhouse for $35,000 from Aug. 1 to Labor Day this coming summer, Newsday reported. The house itself was built by the son of one of Southold’s original settlers. Amenities include a heated swimming pool and a vegetable garden that renters will be allowed to farm. [Newsday]


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