Greenport House, 518 First St, Greenport NY 11944-1302

house picture thumbnail 2-1/2 story dwelling built 1888, with wrap-around porch completed in 1889. Double hung windows with ornate and pedimented caps; oval window, stained glass window, multipaned window; slightly hipped roof. An earlier cedar shake roof is under the 50 year old "tin" roof.

The house's architect and builder was Charles Corwin, a famous Greenport builder

Circa 1900, the house was converted to the shingle style architecture by Jacob Markell. The house was built to use electricity. The electric company was formed in February 1887, with the plant on South Street between First and Second Streets. The house appears on the 1889-1890 Sanborn map, but the porch was not completed in time to appear.

Desiring to have historical purity, we are returning the house to its original Late Victorian design. Fortunately, we can copy a

Mirror Image Twin House, that was built simultaneously.

History of the House - my research on prior owners

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Google Maps spotting the house's location

Furniture Selections

Construction Planning Links


Information:
Maps:
District: 1001 – Section: 4 – Block: 3 – Lot: 6

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Owner: Don Wiss