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The Southampton Village Review provides an extensive history of the brick home at 143 South Main Street in Southampton. The CliffsNotes version? The home was commissioned in 1913 by "a co-founder of the original village summer colony," who eventually became a real estate agent. And the most recent owner was tied to "the Postmaster General of the United States from 1969 to 1972." Other fun facts: the home was listed over the summer for $12.2 million, and found a contract by October. [SH Village Review]