Historical charm, a magical setting, and breathtaking views characterize this unique property in this historic district of East Hampton. Built circa 1835, the house is brimming with charm and retains many original features including wide-plank floorboards and a door from the Continental Congress. Known as a cradle of the abstract expressionist movement, the Springs was home to Jackson Pollack and Willem de Kooning among others, as well as to many writers such as Nora Ephron, John Steinbeck, and Philip Roth. Farm stands, local stores, and art galleries are within minutes. Accabonac Harbor forms the property's eastern boundary then to the west, just around the corner is Three Mile Harbor and its marinas. The setting is simply irreplaceable! A must see for waterfront aficionados, particularly those who appreciate historic significance, in short, this is the real thing! Call today for a private viewing, opportunities like this don't come along too often.