Sited on a deep .41 acre lot near Southampton Village, this quaint home, which has been with the same family for generations, is awaiting its next phase. Livable as is, but with plenty of upside potential, this shy 1000 sq. ft. Cape-style residence features a front living room, eat-in kitchen, two ground floor bedrooms, a full bath with shower tub and an upstairs bonus room. Additional features include attic for storage, partial basement with mechanicals and workroom, as well as multiple closets and a gracious pantry, along with a large detached garage with attached shed hugging the property line. Priced competitively; act fast to obtain this excellent investment close to everything in Southampton.
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