Old Wainscott Schoolhouse In Sagaponack To Be Restored By Property Owner - 27 East

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Old Wainscott Schoolhouse In Sagaponack To Be Restored By Property Owner

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The third Wainscott School schoolhouse in its heyday. COURTESY EAST HAMPTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY

The third Wainscott School schoolhouse in its heyday. COURTESY EAST HAMPTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY

One of the staircases in the house.

One of the staircases in the house.

The original timber framing in the attic is in remarkably good condition.

The original timber framing in the attic is in remarkably good condition.

From left, ESM Board of Education President Ken Cooke, seventh grade student Rebecca Nelsen and Superintendent Mark Nocero. ALEXA GORMAN

From left, ESM Board of Education President Ken Cooke, seventh grade student Rebecca Nelsen and Superintendent Mark Nocero. ALEXA GORMAN

The former schoolhouse. ALYSSA MELILLO

The former schoolhouse. ALYSSA MELILLO

The former schoolhouse. ALYSSA MELILLO

The former schoolhouse. ALYSSA MELILLO

The former schoolhouse. ALYSSA MELILLO

The former schoolhouse. ALYSSA MELILLO

The former schoolhouse. ALYSSA MELILLO

The former schoolhouse. ALYSSA MELILLO

The former schoolhouse. ALYSSA MELILLO

The former schoolhouse. ALYSSA MELILLO

The former schoolhouse. ALYSSA MELILLO

The former schoolhouse. ALYSSA MELILLO

The third Wainscott School schoolhouse when it was located on Wainscott Main Street, captured in 1912 by Leroy H. Osborn. COURTESY EAST HAMPTON LIBRARY, LONG ISLAND COLLECTION

The third Wainscott School schoolhouse when it was located on Wainscott Main Street, captured in 1912 by Leroy H. Osborn. COURTESY EAST HAMPTON LIBRARY, LONG ISLAND COLLECTION

author on Jun 23, 2016
When Leon and Leesa Wagner bought their property at 802 Town Line Road in Sagaponack in 2013, they weren’t aware that their purchase included a historic structure. Last year, they... more

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