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Hampton House, the captain of a whale ship from the list of 1750, is $ 7 million

Originally built around 1750, the historic and fashionable Southampton real estate is on the market for $ 7 million.

The Greek Revival style house, completely rebuilt in 2016, was first built by Captain George White, the captain of a whaler who became an important figure in the local history of the community. He was also a gold explorer and a well-known marine rescuer.

"Captain George White worked well during the 1849 gold rush in California," Tom Edmonds, executive director of the Southampton History Museum, told Post. "He went home, built this addition, and got married. White succeeded in developing a Southampton coal production company."

This house, known as "Captain George White House," With an area of ​​6,450 square feet, it boasts four levels of living space with seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms.

The home features a white picket fence and is made up of seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms.
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A sitting room.
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The formal living room.
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The family room.
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The formal dining room.
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The open-floor kitchen plan with a breakfast nook.
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Consists of two sections — West (rear) wings built in white around 1750 and East wings added in the 1850s. The original structure was revisited and rebuilt in 2016 to keep up with the times.

"There is no primary source with the exact date the house was built, but I have a fairly informed opinion," Edmonds explained. "The west (rear) wing is the original house built around 1750. The east-facing (front) wing is from the 1850s."

"Around 1910, north wing, porch, south facing There was another update to the building when the canards were added. The huge barn near the new garage was demolished by the grandson around 1930. "

The chef's kitchen.
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The entertainment room.
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The primary suite.
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The primary bathroom.
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One of seven bedrooms.
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One of eight bathrooms.
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White at 159 Main Street in town with easy access to shops and restaurants , Purchased a home from the Jaguar family, the first owner of Southampton and one of the first pioneers.

The main level has a two-storey eat-in chef's kitchen (part of the original 1750 section of the house), a parlor, and a library (both with a fireplace).

On the second floor, there are two rooms, one with a private bathroom and the other with a hall bathroom.

On the 3rd floor, there is a full-floor suite with a bathroom and closet.

A children's bedroom.
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The laundry room.
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The pool house.
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Heated 20X40 gunite pool with spa,
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The outdoor lounge area.
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The property spans over 6,400 square feet.
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Media room, wine cellar, gym, ballroom, sauna, bedroom with additional private bathroom, separate bedroom and full bathroom.

To complete the property, there is an additional 900 sq ft pool house with kitchen, changing room, full bathroom and loft area.

Located near 1 acre, outdoor amenities include a heated pool and spa, an outdoor shower, a separate three-car garage, and a separate artist studio.

"Captain George White was an important figure in Southampton's history. He fought the court for 10 years to keep Southampton's beaches open to the public," Edmonds added. "Why? In the late 19th century, beaches were the best way to transport agricultural products. Unpaved roads were unreliable."

Mary Slattery of the Corcoran Group holds a list of.