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The Great Paint Debate

The 'painted lady' at 75 South Main Street in Southampton has inspired further comment, as hopeful buyer James Fairchild waits to have his gray and white color palette approved. Southampton Village Review blogger Sally Spanburgh weighs in with her own thoughts on the debate, noting that a compromise can be reached. Her two cents: leave the original siding and strip and repaint the house with more neutral tones of at least four or more colors, a defining factor of the home's historic style. Problem solved? We shall see. [SHVR; previously]