When you imagine New York, you probably think of history. It's a state that is full of history, and also full of historic architecture and some of the most historic homes in the northeast and around the country.

What is the oldest home currently for sale in New York State?

If you're in the market for a home, this one might be just a bit out of your price range, but it's currently the oldest home for sale in New York.

Listed on Zillow for just under $2.4 million, this historic home on Long Island, NY is believed to be the oldest home in all of The Hamptons. It was built in 1693.

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The cottage features three bedrooms and three bathrooms. It includes original wide plank floors and exposed beams. The kitchen keeps that old home feel, but updated for the times and is large enough to make almost anything you would like.

It also features a climate-controlled studio with a full bathroom.

This home looks similar to the old home my grandma used to live in, when she was in Wales, NY and I believe that home was very old too, although, not quite as old as this home (built in 1693).

Step inside with some photos below!

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