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Open thread: What building in the Hamptons should be landmarked but isn’t?

Tell us what you think in the comments

The Gardiner Windmill, East Hampton
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From the Big Duck, to numerous windmills, and all the way east out to the Montauk Lighthouse, the East End has a lot of iconic sites for the history buff.

Even private houses—such as Balcastle—are on the National Register of Historic Places. In Springs, Jackson Pollack and Lee Krasner’s house and art studio was landmarked and turned into a museum that people can visit.

But we’re curious to hear from our readers: What buildings in the Hamptons haven’t been landmarked that you think deserve to be? For reference, the National Register of Historic Places for both East Hampton and Southampton towns are linked below.

Tell us in the comments!

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