When this house was put on the market back in July, everyone was beguiled by its charms, but underwhelmed by the price, $1.975M, and the location, right across from a marina. So it's not surprising the property is now $175K cheaper at $1.799M. This circa-1800 house sports the central chimney, low ceilings, and the 16" wide plank pine floors of a true colonial. With plenty of charm, fireplaces, quirky old features, the house isn't huge at 1800sf, but there are four bedrooms and two baths. There also isn't a pool, but with 1.23 acre and a separate cottage on the grounds, there's plenty of room to add one with pool house. The new owner would probably want to update the kitchen, bathrooms (not pictured), and add a pool, but there are worse problems than having to lovingly renovate your historic Southampton home.