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Old House, Cutchogue - New Suffolk Historical Council
THE OLD HOUSE, built in 1649 in Southold, was moved to Cutchogue in 1660, It was restored in 1940 and designated a National Historic Landmark in 1962. The oldest English-type house in New York State, it is considered to be one of the superb examples of First Period architecture in the nation. Its design combines the finest architectural features of 17th century dwellings, such as sitting room paneling, leaded glass windows, and the massive fluted chimney.
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