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Inside our House of the Week you’ll find a seamless blend of old and new.

It was built in 1830, the dawn of the locomotive, but today boasts a modern kitchen with a Viking stone and cherry cabinets, central air conditioning and gas fireplaces.

But there’s also wood fireplaces at 108 High Street in Port Jefferson, and all the period details for basking in history, including the home’s original pillars and moldings (more photos below).

And those views. You can watch the ferries come back and forth from the top floor.

There’s also a detached, two-car garage and a front porch.

The asking price is $589,000 with total taxes coming in at $8,717.22, according to the listing with Jolie Powell Realty, Inc. Click here for more.