Top 5 Victorian Homes for Sale on the East End

Top 5 Victorian Homes for Sale on the East End

The East End is well known for its rich history and maritime roots, but unlike Oak Bluffs in Martha’s Vineyard, our region rarely conjures thoughts of the colorful and ornamental homes that define Victorian architecture created between 1837 and 1901. The local real estate market just doesn’t have many of these painted ladies and gingerbread homes—and the ones that exist are rare treasures indeed. Here we present five tantalizing Victorians for sale on the East End.

633 1st Street, Greenport

633 1st Street, Greenport, Photo: Courtesy Douglas Elliman

633 1st Street, Greenport
$1,750,000

Built in 1850 and located in the heart of historic Greenport, this Italianate Victorian is surrounded by lush gardens, wonderful plantings and a manicured lawn. The 4-bedroom, 3.5-bath home has light-filled rooms, high ceilings, wood floors, exposed brick and lots of original details. It offers a formal living room with fireplace, formal dining room with French doors opening to formal gardens, and a master bedroom with private balcony. A renovated barn and bright artist’s studio with loft bring additional versatility to this historic gem. Douglas Elliman

3070 Peconic Lane, Peconic

3070 Peconic Lane, Peconic, Photo: Beninati Associates

3070 Peconic Lane, Peconic
$1,450,000

This authentic Italianate Victorian built in 1865—the final year of the Civil War—includes 4 bedrooms and 4 baths, and 4,500 square feet of living space on 2 acres. The house has extensive English gardens with specimen trees, perennial gardens, meditation pond and oversized pool and patio. Inside, history comes alive with hand-painted, museum-quality frescoes, ornamental molding, twisting staircase, two marble fireplaces and even some post-and-beam architecture. It has a formal great room, 3 en-suite bedrooms and a separate 2,200-square-foot garage with loft. The house has been featured on HGTV, and in various magazines and garden tours. Beninati Associates

151 Bay Avenue, Greenport

151 Bay Avenue, Greenport, Photo: Bridget Elkin/Daniel Gale Sothebys IR

151 Bay Avenue, Greenport
$995,000

This historic Queen Anne Victorian is located just one block from Greenport Village shops, art galleries and restaurants. Built in 1897, the 3,200-square-foot, 4-bedroom, 5-bath home keeps the past alive with original 19th century details, wood floors, French doors, wraparound covered porch, bay window and second floor turret. Decorative flourishes abound in this classic example of Victorian era architecture. Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty

17 Huntington Lane, Flanders

17 Huntington Lane, Flanders, Photo: Courtesy Douglas Elliman

17 Huntington Lane, Flanders
$980,000

With landmark status, classic feel and modern updates, this 2,300-square-foot waterfront Victorian has 3 bedrooms, 3 baths on Reeves Bay. The house was built in 1896 and includes a second floor balcony deck, covered porch, gated entry and studio with kitchen and bath over separate carriage house/garage. The interior is loaded with charming details, while the 1.38-acre property offers mature plantings and fabulous views. Douglas Elliman

529 1st Street, Greenport

529 1st Street, Greenport, Photo: Century 21 Albertson Realty

529 1st Street, Greenport (also illustrated at top of page)
$729,000

Built in 1874, this stunning Greenport Village Grand Dame is a true standout in bright blue with its red door, slate fish-scale shingle imbrication, and white bargeboard and bracket trim. The 3-bedroom, 1.5-bath home has 2,044 square feet of living space on 2 acres. Inside, it features plaster crown molding, 12-foot original ceilings and gorgeous detailing throughout, including a lovely curved staircase, ornamental fireplace and double-entry-door foyer. A receiving parlor, living room, formal dining room, wood deck and updated kitchen and baths round out this beautifully restored offering. Century 21 Albertson Realty

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