Built in the mid nineteenth century by David Gelston Floyd. "Favorite Place" on The King's Highway in Greenport is most distinguished in the way its destiny has been shaped by two of the most prominent North Fork families - the Youngs and the Floyds. When viewed from the Main Road opposite its intersection with Manhanset Avenue, the house appears as a grand Victorian cottage. It stretches fully 60 feet across its front with a depth of about 40 feet. It has a long gable end roof extending the full length of the structure over the second story. Attic spaces formed in the triangular cross section by the long gable roof is further punctured by the three evenly spaced roof dormers. Other intriguing architectural elements include porches, balconies and a porte-cochere. Railing, trim, and general eclectic detailing all suggest that most of what one sees today on the surface dates to the 1800's Victorian Era. Residence on 1.13 acres plus adjacent prairie like 1.48 acreage included in offering.
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