Located on North Main Street in the Village Fringe of East Hampton, in an area with a rural feeling, sits this lovingly restored home on a fully cleared acre. Found within the Limited Business Overlay (LBO) this residential property can also serve as artists' galleries, bookstores, professional offices, craftsman workshops, and personal service shops (barbershop, beauty parlor, professional studio, flower shop). The parcel includes the renovated 2,100+/- sq. ft. 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath home with detached oversized 1890s barn, and a new, heated saltwater gunite pool. It is also being offered with the cleared 1.13 acre lot behind it with an existing 1890's barn with studio above and room for a substantial new home - representing a rare opportunity to create a family compound and/or a residential + business compound.
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