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4 Victorians you can buy on the East End right now

These homes might not be haunted, but they’re getting us in the mood for Halloween

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With October in full swing and Halloween just around the corner, we’ve all got haunted houses on the brain. Many of us in the spooky spirit are going to haunted houses for fun or reading about houses with a rumored past of ghosts. Architecturally speaking, Victorian homes have become the creepiest style in popular culture, from the Addams family estate to Norman Bate’s home in Psycho.

While we strongly doubt any of the following properties have the souls of those waiting to cross over living between their walls, we’ve rounded up four amazing Victorians that you can buy right now across the East End—or just to drool over if you love all things fall.

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1. 104 Post Crossing, Southampton

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104 Post Crossing
Southampton, NY 11968

Originally built in 1896, this totally restored Victorian has brand new shingled siding and beautiful interior details. The 4,500-square-foot home has dark hardwood floors throughout, multiple fireplaces, and a stained glass window at the top of the staircase. In total, there are five bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms between three levels.

Restored in 2016, the home is listed for $5,595,000.

2. 151 Bay Avenue, Greenport

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151 Bay Ave
Greenport, NY 11944

Built in 1880, this Greenport village home is a bed and breakfast with commercial zoning, so the next owners could either continue to operate the property as a B&B, or they could convert it into a residential home. Features include classic Victorian details like a wraparound front porch and a three-story turret with bay windows. Original molding, doors, wood floors, and stained glass windows can be found throughout.

Outside, there’s a courtyard with a pergola and a two-story barn that can be used as a studio. The current asking price is $1,350,000.

Daniel Gale, Sotheby’s

3. 11 Spring Garden Avenue, Shelter Island

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11 Spring Garden Ave
Shelter Island, NY 11964

Located on Shelter Island, this Carpenter Gothic Victorian has great exterior detail, charming porches, and and gothic French Doors off the upstairs bedroom. In 2,268 square feet, the house has four bedrooms and two bathrooms on 0.12 acres of land, plus a full basement, a fireplace in the living room, an updated bathroom, and an outdoor shower.

The asking price of this 1887 home is $1,275,000.

4. 265 Mill Pond Lane, Water Mill

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265 Mill Pond Ln
Water Mill, NY 11976

Designer Richard Keith Langham purchased this 1884 Queen Anne Victorian—dubbed the Witch’s Hat—back in 2000 for $795,000 and modernized it while holding onto its 19th century integrity. Sited on nearly a full acre, the 3,300-square-foot home offers four bedrooms and four bathrooms, a classic Victorian turret and wraparound porch, plus water views from the third floor.

The 134-year-old home is asking $2,295,000.

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1. 104 Post Crossing, Southampton

104 Post Crossing, Southampton, NY 11968

Originally built in 1896, this totally restored Victorian has brand new shingled siding and beautiful interior details. The 4,500-square-foot home has dark hardwood floors throughout, multiple fireplaces, and a stained glass window at the top of the staircase. In total, there are five bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms between three levels.

Restored in 2016, the home is listed for $5,595,000.

104 Post Crossing
Southampton, NY 11968

2. 151 Bay Avenue, Greenport

151 Bay Ave, Greenport, NY 11944
Daniel Gale, Sotheby’s

Built in 1880, this Greenport village home is a bed and breakfast with commercial zoning, so the next owners could either continue to operate the property as a B&B, or they could convert it into a residential home. Features include classic Victorian details like a wraparound front porch and a three-story turret with bay windows. Original molding, doors, wood floors, and stained glass windows can be found throughout.

Outside, there’s a courtyard with a pergola and a two-story barn that can be used as a studio. The current asking price is $1,350,000.

151 Bay Ave
Greenport, NY 11944

3. 11 Spring Garden Avenue, Shelter Island

11 Spring Garden Ave, Shelter Island, NY 11964

Located on Shelter Island, this Carpenter Gothic Victorian has great exterior detail, charming porches, and and gothic French Doors off the upstairs bedroom. In 2,268 square feet, the house has four bedrooms and two bathrooms on 0.12 acres of land, plus a full basement, a fireplace in the living room, an updated bathroom, and an outdoor shower.

The asking price of this 1887 home is $1,275,000.

11 Spring Garden Ave
Shelter Island, NY 11964

4. 265 Mill Pond Lane, Water Mill

265 Mill Pond Ln, Water Mill, NY 11976

Designer Richard Keith Langham purchased this 1884 Queen Anne Victorian—dubbed the Witch’s Hat—back in 2000 for $795,000 and modernized it while holding onto its 19th century integrity. Sited on nearly a full acre, the 3,300-square-foot home offers four bedrooms and four bathrooms, a classic Victorian turret and wraparound porch, plus water views from the third floor.

The 134-year-old home is asking $2,295,000.

265 Mill Pond Ln
Water Mill, NY 11976